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Broadsides

The piece from the MASC Collection I chose was a broadside written by the class of 1918 to that year’s sophomores.  It integrates display type well, creating a visual hierarchy within the text.  The most important information is printed in large display … Continue reading

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Broadsides

According to Kyle Schlesinger, some people would categorize broadsides as “a single, unfolded sheet printed on one side only” which my example falls in line with. The size of this broadside is actually what drew my attention to it. It … Continue reading

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Broadside — Jacob Oster

Total Immersion. “The text is an image and the image is a text.” This describes a situation in which the work does not exist in the same way if only the language is reproduced. Traditional roles of writer and designer … Continue reading

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Broadside-Jenna Hayden

In Kyle Schlesinger’s essay, A Look At Some Contemporary Poetry Broadsides, he describes a broadside as “a form of street literature, a public work of art designed to be read outdoors, rather than in the library. Unlike the book, which … Continue reading

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Broadside – Melissa Tsitsis

This broadside that I found in the MASC is an example of Integrating Images to Kyle Schlesinger’s essay. The text is the most prominent aspect of this broadside, but there is also the inclusion of illustrations, which helps emphasize and … Continue reading

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Broadsides – Brian Tomsovic

The hazing posters in the MASC had little to no images, so they worked as examples of good use of Display Type. In particular the “Rule of Nineteen” one (seen below) was a fun read, so I decided to use … Continue reading

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Broadsides- Sandra Albertson

One of the broadsides that captured my attention most while browsing through the MASC Collection was this, a broadside related to food. When categorizing this broadside, I wasn’t quite sure if it was Integrating Display Type, where the display type … Continue reading

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Broadsides – Evan Matthews

Broadsides have been used for many different things: poetry, announcements, politics, etc. I chose a broadside announcing an event and this broadside is integrating images. To Kyle Schlesinger, “these overlaps and intersections between text and image are often beautiful when examined in … Continue reading

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Broadsides- Marci Hohner

My broadside from the MASC collection embodies total immersion. The typefaces, their arrangement and alignment, and their contrast create the composition, imagery, and perceived message successfully and without actual illustration. The type is arranged to resemble some sort of informative … Continue reading

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Broadside – Lauren Turner

The broadside I chose definitely embodies Schlesinger’s description of total immersion of text and image. This broadside is unusual because the text is arranged in an untraditional manner which aids the total immersion of the text it portrays. The movement … Continue reading

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