Category Archives: Formstorming & Modularity

Formstorming & Modularity: Alex Allen

The graphic I decided to choose from Marian Bantje’s collection had to do with typefaces, seeing that our next project is directly related to this concept. I thought that by emerging myself to different styles of typefaces/calligraphy would force me … Continue reading

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Formstorming Jan Rac

For my blog post I chose Marian Bantjes Sesqui VR-360 Waterfall because the images that had been created its very unique the images it reminds me of stainless windows the amount of time that this piece she probably uses strenuous … Continue reading

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Formstorming and Modularity – Sean Mirts

  Modularity is the use of some form of rule used in the design of a piece. This is typically something that is asked for by a client or a direction the artist is tryin to go. In this piece … Continue reading

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Formstorming and Modularity: Grey Kumar

I have chose the Kitten-Flakes wrapping paper to help me discuss formstorming and modularity. When first glancing at this wrapping paper, I immediately noticed the constraints and modularity that were implied. Since Marian Bantjes was designing a wrapping paper, she … Continue reading

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Formstorming and Modularity – Peyton Taffe

I chose to look at  Marian Bantjes’s Mountain Spectrum. This piece first caught my eye because, like most of her other works, had a lot of randomness and wonder. At first glance the piece reminded me of a kaleidoscope, because of … Continue reading

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Formstorming and Modularity- Emily Deichmann

The image I chose, as a reference was a design created for Walrus magazine. Marian Bantjes was asked to create a design to describe a schizophrenic man trying to contain the voices in his head. The first page was made … Continue reading

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Formstorming and Modularity: Miranda Frasier

After reading through the chapters and watching the Ted Talk by Marian Bantjes I started to have a better understanding of formstorming and modularity. I started to notice it more in other peoples work as well as it inspiring me … Continue reading

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Formstorming and modularity: Kelly-anne Cubley

Marian Bantjes has done many works and you can see the inspiration and some of the thought process that she goes through in each one. The piece that I will be taking a look at is the New York Times … 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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Formstorming & Modularity: Matt Behnen

I chose this design because to me it looks like what a blueprint would look like with the blue background and the white, chalk like, lines creating the design. Also the use of three dimensions and words not only going … Continue reading

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