Author Archives: Tihani Moore

Transparency 

This is a picture I took one night with my boyfriend. Our shadows hold a physical transparency and weren’t very opaque because the light source was further away. You can see the shape of our bodies, but also the texture … Continue reading

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Rhythm and Balance

I took a picture of my boyfriend’s Flash shirt because it was a good example of balance. Both the shirt’s shape and print use symmetry. On the print, the shirt uses a variety of elements that all give balance to … Continue reading

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Gestalt Principles, Grouping – Closure

After reviewing the Gestalt Principles, I remembered a charcoal drawing that I had done last year (pictured left). This is an example of closure grouping. I used broken lines on the left side to give the illusion of hair, and simple … Continue reading

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Point, Line, and Plane

I decided to take a picture of a chevron bracelet that I made from embroidery floss. Each knot in the floss represents a point. However, when you look at the bracelet from a further distance, these points become lines, or rows. … Continue reading

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What It Is, Part 2

In her graphic novel, What It Is, Lynda Barry’s mentions how imaginary things, such as her blinking cat, can follow us throughout our lives, even if they have never happened. It reminds me of the characters I used to imagine as kid and … Continue reading

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What It Is, Part 1

In the photo with the woman writing, Barry says that images are made up of memories and imagination. In this sense, images are alive because they exist in our minds; We can recall to them as we please, even if … Continue reading

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