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Final Reflection: Tavia Hall

After looking at my classmates’ final menu design, I originally wanted to compare and contrast something that was similar to mine. Then I realized it would be more convenient to compare and contrast a menu design that was significantly different … Continue reading

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Menu Design: Tavia Hall

After reading through the Hierarchy and Grid chapters from Lupton/Phillips “Graphic Design: The New Basics”. Then looking at the different menu designs from the Art of The Menu Blog, I felt like Osteria Leana’s menu was a great example of … Continue reading

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Alphabet Design Proposal: Tavia Hall

The text that I will utilize is a poem called “Phenomenal Woman” by Maya Angelou. This poem emphasizes on women empowerment and the beauty of women all around. This poem is intended to lift up the spirits of women and … Continue reading

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Type Anatomy: Tavia Hall

I’ve generally been fascinated with calligraphy. I could watch people write in that style throughout the day and be totally satisfied with how the ink moves through the pen onto the paper. I simply like how free shaped the lines … Continue reading

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Pattern Design Reflection: Tavia Hall

My plan originally was going to be based off nature and creating flower type patterns. But my plan changed after watching The Quiltmakers of Gee’s Band and I wanted to look more into my roots. The video taught me that … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane: Tavia Hall

The book Graphic Design: The New Basics by Ellen Lupton and Jennifer Cole Phillips states that “point, line and plane are the building blocks for design” in which it helps start the process of whatever is being created (p. 13). … Continue reading

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Texture: Tavia Hall

I was super excited about taking pictures, and deciding which pictures to post. Texture is found everywhere, and comes in so many different forms, rather it be physical and/or visual. The first picture is part of a collage I made … Continue reading

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