Author Archives: Emily Page

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Black Lives Matter Round Table Discussion Talk- I really liked listening as they discussed ways to get the community to have conversations about race (the American culture and now sport culture) and how narrative is structured in society. Take for … Continue reading

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Color

I chose to us this chair because the color pops and generates different climates of color. The pattern also works to brighten the room. It makes the chair and surrounding furniture stand out. It also is the lone red chair … Continue reading

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Rhythm & Balance

For the theme of Rhythm and Balance within the book I found this flyer to represent a good balance of the use of ink, layout, and design on the page. The image of the blue lotus “anchors and activates elements … Continue reading

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Scale

I chose this image of a flyer for Coug Spotlight as representing Scale. I first noticed the flyer for its vibrant printing and kind of majestic dynamic (colored smoke surrounding a microphone). From a distance the bottom and top fonts … Continue reading

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Graphic Design: “Framing”

I chose framing for this image primarily for how the viewer perceives the image here. In the book framing is structured as being “both present and absent”(117). In this image we can see more than just the framing of the … Continue reading

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What it is? Part 2

This image is as you can see on my computer desktop background. I have had the same background image since my freshman year of college in the Fall of 2012. Besides the fact that I love the image not only for … Continue reading

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What is it? Part 1

Lynda Barry seems to be full of bold images, dark/odd words, and an overwhelmingly fascinating mind. I enjoy reading her book if not for the sole purpose of thinking about the words she writes and then asking myself the same … Continue reading

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