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WSU Art Museum: Hansen

During our trip to the WSU Art Museuem I was intrigued by a work that depicted Andy Warhol in a relatively sardonic, clinical fashion. The photo is stylized almost like an old school anatomy diagram, with arrows pointing to each … Continue reading

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Type Anatomy: Miranda Hansen

The text that I chose to analyze was Queery Leary Nonsense by Edward Lear. I chose this text because it was both eye-catching due to it’s beauty and the obvious quirkiness of the author. I also appreciated how the author included … Continue reading

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Formstorming: Miranda Hansen

The Gee’s Bend Quilts are a notable example of many concepts of graphic design, in both their visual/physical form as well as in their symbolism and the preservation of values important to their creators. The quilts are a craft passed … Continue reading

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Color Interaction: Miranda Hansen

On the surface, color may seem like one of the simplest components to use in the design process. However this can be deceiving. Since color has such a significant influence on what we perceive visually, it is important to take … Continue reading

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Figure/Ground- Miranda Hansen

Understanding figure and ground as well as their relationship to one another is critical in making up designs that encompass a degree of complexity but are not too overwhelming or confusing to the viewer. Figure is used to refer to … Continue reading

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