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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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Helvetica – Alden Paguada

I have chosen to use the Air Canada logo as an example to illustrate how helvetica font can easily be read, and how can maintain a very modern and contemporary look at the same time. Helvetica birth place is Munchenstein, … Continue reading

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Blog Post #5 – Helvetica – Tim White

The example of Helvetica that I chose to use is a picture I took of an emergency exit sign located in the Museum of Fine Arts building. I believe the reason behind the designer’s decision of using Helvetica was to … Continue reading

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Blog Post 3: Jacob Oster

For my Typeface Anatomy Analysis, I chose a Powder Magazine Cover that shows contrasting typefaces which, together, create an eye-catching, attention-grabbing magazine cover. First, the easily recognizable title for the magazine “powder”. I noticed that each of the letters was … Continue reading

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