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WSU Art Museum: Travis Thomas

For my example, I chose a word from the collection of rhyming words that showcases the type of detail and attention to detail that I hope to achieve with my font. I think that it very well captures the essence … Continue reading

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Type Anatomy: Travis Thoms

For my pieces I actually decided to focus on a book that was not one of the original choices presented, I found some old Seattle City Directory books, or basically an old phone/address book for all of people and businesses … Continue reading

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Formstorming: Travis Thomas

The first quilt that I chose to analyze was a quilt produced by Jessie T. Pettway called Bars and String-Pieced Columns. This quilt is a great example of form storming just like all of the quilts that came out of … Continue reading

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Organic/Geometric: Travis Thomas

Formula one decided that after around 30 years it was about time to redesign their logo to something a little more modern and give the race series a facelift for the day and age. The old logo was made in … Continue reading

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Color Interaction: Travis Thomas

This is an example of color that I found on the website Dribbble. This example, although seemingly simple, has some very complex color element that gives the simple design a lot of dimension and detail making it immensely more appealing … Continue reading

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Figure/Ground: Travis Thomas

  The pattern that I have represented on the left side of the page is a great example of figure-ground ambiguity. If you pay attention depending on what color you choose as the foreground and the background the primary shape … Continue reading

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Pattern and Texture: Travis Thomas

A pattern is a repeating set of individual elements such as shapes lines or objects that are centered around the concepts of points, lines, and grids used to make a whole “piece” or pattern. In the Image that I attached, … Continue reading

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