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WSU Art Museum: Joshua Murphy

The trip to the art museum helped me get a better idea of the overall product that I want to create. One of the texts that was show to us was “Buddy The Dreamer” and it shares the graffiti like … Continue reading

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WSU Art Museum: Jonathan Martinez

Going to the art museum and looking at various pieces there fairly eye-opening regarding my typeface however it was more interesting to look at all the different pieces of art and understand why we call them art. It was funny … Continue reading

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WSU Art Museum: Jocelyn Urias Castro

This newspaper was done by Nancy Chunn and it was interesting for me because it looks like a normal newspaper we use now on days but actually it is pretty old, and it is looking fresh and with color. I … Continue reading

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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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WSU Art Museum: Thomas Chiou

There were a lot of interesting, and unique artworks at the Museum of Art. Every artwork has its own story and meaning. The professor explains a lot of process and their inspiration on how the art was made and how … Continue reading

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Type Anatomy: Jocelyn Urias

I have chosen to talk about the Fleuron, a journal of typography that was produced in seven lavish volumes. Every individual volume contained a big diversity of papers, specimens, illustrations, inserts and facsimiles beside essays by leading writers of typography and the … Continue reading

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Type Anatomy Joshua Murphy

The font that I have chosen to write about for my type anatomy analysis  comes from Copper Canyon Press in Port Angeles, WA. The examples of it that I have came from our classes visit to the MASC. The example … Continue reading

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Type Anatomy: Aaché Howard-McDaniel

      The example I chose to write about is a German imprinted bible from 1480, but the text is written in Latin. What caught my attention in this text were the design choices the author made. Instead of … 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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Form storming: Jocelyn Urias

The work of Gee’s bend woman are really good examples of formstorming because all the quilts have different shapes and coors that puts you to think really deep into the really meaning and background of the quilt. They kind of … Continue reading

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