Tag Archives: abstract

Currency Design Analysis: Alden Paguada

This is a bill from Mexico in the denomination of 10. Reason why I chose this bill was because the front of the bill really looks like an American dollar.The Illustrations feel really modern-contemporary. The eagle represents a symbolic figure … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane, and Balance: Katelyn Orum

Magazine/book covers are something really fascinating to me. All designs are created to draw a viewer’s attention – but the cover of a publication is highly competitive and a window to everything inside. This specific one is really intriguing to … Continue reading

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Image as text- Rashaad Siddick

I worked with Jesse’s poem “Skying.” The images I chose all related to the poem as it has to do with nature as well as literally sky references and things associated with flying or in Jesse’s terms, skying. The Savannah … Continue reading

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Blog #6: Broadsides – Tim White

Typographies by Nicole Cooley fits into Kyle Schlesinger’s description of “total immersion” of text and image because of its abstract layout. The text is wrapped, flipped and twisted around the orginal poem, creating some sort of imagery which enhances and strengthens … Continue reading

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Helvetica – Rashaad Siddick

The Fedex logo is a great example of showcasing Helvetica text face. The scale is consistent between the “F” and the “E” while the rest of the word is matched to scale with one another. The legibility of the text … Continue reading

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Interaction of Color – Rashaad Siddick

When examining this piece the first thing you notice is how vibrant and saturated the colors are. The artist seemed to purposefully mix none complementary colors together to create a vibrant piece of artwork. The purple/pink color really intensifies the … Continue reading

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