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Helvetica – Victoria Henry-LeMaster

I think the most important thing about Helvetica is that time and time again in the documentary it is mentioned how it can be used for really anything. The versatility of the font creates endless possibilities for design use. No … Continue reading

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Art Museum Visit: Victoria Henry-LeMaster

I think that this piece by Jenny Holzer holds a lot of power, the use of all capitalizations and the close proximity by each letter brings the text together to create almost an image of a book of poetry. The … Continue reading

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Type Anatomy: Victoria Henry-LeMaster

I think that the example that I chose has the presence that it does because not only is the normal letter itself different from a general serif font like times new roman, but it also creates a more medieval atmosphere … Continue reading

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Formstorming & Modularity: Victoria Henry-LeMaster

I chose Bantjes Halloween ’05 design it stood out to me in particular amongst her other designs. Many of which consist of bright colors and abstract uses of other familiar objects. However, this design the text is easier to read … Continue reading

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Color Interaction: Victoria Henry-LeMaster

I think with this pattern that is apart of one of my pillows really shows how contrast can affect a pattern. The dark blues stand out against the white background, however, I found my eyes drawn to the lines of … Continue reading

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Pattern: Victoria Henry-LeMaster

The pattern in “Postage Stamp” Medallion by Annie Mae Young is a seemingly random spiral like the rotation of square pieces of fabric. There are many different colors, and patterns within this piece, it seems as though it may by … Continue reading

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Texture: Victoria Henry-LeMaster

Over a third of the photo is taken up by a gravel consistency wall, there are smaller and larger pebbles blended together to create the overall feeling. The wall is rough to tough and is rougher than cement. The different … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane: Victoria Henry-LeMaster

I think that the interesting aspect of looking at the relationship between point, line, and planes, is the scale aspect of each aspect. When looking at a point, it seems as though it can be relatively any size, but most … Continue reading

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