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About stefanlindeman

I'm Stefan Lindeman, I am from Seattle WA and currently attending school at WSU in Pullman WA.

Currency Design Analysis – Stefan Lindeman

The currency that I have selected here is an old bill from Shanghai printed by the Central Bank of China (although I believe it was printed in the United States for reasons I will state later). The currency is in … Continue reading

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Too Cool To Spend: Stefan Lindeman (Blog #2)

Prior to reading the article “Do you have change for a Bowie”, I had no idea that there were forms of currency based on art. What visually struck me the most was the intial photo of the bill with psychedelic … Continue reading

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Alternative Self Portrait: Stefan Lindeman Blog Post 1

The self portrait I chose if from the album artworks from Ling Tosite Sigure and the album TK (Song: Unravel) . It is a Japanese music group based out of Tokyo. For this specific art piece, it combines their album … Continue reading

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Stefan Lindeman – Image as Text #7

The three images that I chose for this blog post are all of alcohol bottles. This is because my poem for my broadside is “titled” alcohol and tells the sad story of an alcoholic who lost it all. Initially when … Continue reading

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Stefan Lindeman – Blog 5 – Helvetica

The example of something in my life that uses the Helvetica font is the cover for a TV show that I watch called Mad Men. Looking at this poster, one can immediately see the resemblance of a form of Helvetica … Continue reading

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Stefan Lindeman- Interaction of Color

By: Haley Fischer (http://www.haleyfischer.com/blog/2014/1/21/senior-thesis) I chose this image to represent interaction of color because of the way the design really blends all the colors into each other. Some design only focus on primary colors (red,yellow,blue) or some with secondary (orange, … Continue reading

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