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Image as Text – Becka Prater

  I chose the poem, “We Are Our Sins” by Emily Page. The three images above are pictures that I plan to use because it sums up what the whole poem is about pretty well. These images also create a narrative … Continue reading

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Broadsides – Becka Prater

In this poem, “Instead of a Headstone” by Christina Davis, the author demonstrates total immersion because on the right, the image is a text and the text makes up the image. The words wind its way through the map-like image, … Continue reading

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Helvetica – Becka Prater

The brand I have chosen to use is the Lufthansa, a German airline. The font Helvetica is already a universally used font because of how simple and sophisticated it looks. It is easily legible and captures modernism. The typeface itself … Continue reading

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Interaction of Color – Becka Prater

In this color, the illustrater, Romain Trystram, used primary colors and secondary colors. In addition, he used warm and cool colors so the warmer colors (red, orange, yellow) stood out more. It created a vibrant color contrast. All of the … Continue reading

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