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Pattern Design and Color Interaction

The first pattern is geometric because there is an obvious pattern that repeats itself throughout the frame. A person does not have to deeply search to find the pattern because it is made up with simple lines forming shapes. There are lines … Continue reading

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Pattern Design and Color Interaction – Brian Tomsovic

I thought the best idea for an example of an organic pattern would be Camo, there are a lot of different types of Camo, so below is just one example. from: http://wmlambandson.com/products/fabric-on-the-wing-camo What drew me to this example was that … Continue reading

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Pattern Design and Color Interaction- Jenna Hayden

The first pattern I chose was from patternfoundry.com by Ryan Gander named Mitim. This pattern is geometric with a white and red pattern. The colors in this pattern do not change, instead all of the small squares are red and the … Continue reading

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Blog Post #2: Pattern Design & Color Interaction

This is an example of a geometric pattern. It uses triangles, a basic geometric shape to complete the pattern. The pattern is very straightforward and is tiled. The pattern utilizes two different textured triangles to create the pattern, one with stipled … Continue reading

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Pattern Design and Color Interaction- Marci Hohner

I found both of these patterns in my closet, one is a dress from Brandy Melville, and the other are yoga pants from LuluLemon. First, my geometric design (right), is the dress. This pattern is pretty random, and could almost … Continue reading

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Pattern Design and Color Interaction

Geometric The first pattern I chose was a simple, geometric pattern. It’s simple and though some of the lines used to create the pattern are organic, the repeated sequence is extremely symmetrical and therefore creates a very geometric shape. The … Continue reading

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Pattern Design and Color Interaction- Sandra Albertson

After browsing through a large collection of widely varying patterns, I settled on one geometric pattern and one organic pattern that I thought successfully used a variety of design elements. First off, I found this blue and green geometric pattern which … Continue reading

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Pattern Design and Color Interaction – Amy Koller

Geometric This pattern is identifiable as geometric because you can identify that pattern that is being repeated throughout the picture. This one is a little tricky to identify whether it is a line, dot, or grid. But if you look … Continue reading

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Pattern Design and Color Interaction – Lisa Gaviglio

Geometric This pattern is geometric because there is a visible pattern of lines and dots that make up a grid. The tile is repeated in a diamond shape running vertically and horizontally. Each tile in this pattern can be seen … Continue reading

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Figure/Ground and Framing – Melissa Tsitsis

This pattern that I chose to evaluate for this blog seems to be made up of the letter “S.” When I originally looked at it there were two of the same patterns that were next to each other. The one … Continue reading

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