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Art from Visual Communications

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Paper Jam and How it Relates to Visual Communication

On the 7th I had the privilege of working on a Paper Jam hosted by my college. While it is not similar to anything I have done in my Visual Communication class, I believe it does relate to the concept of Visual … Continue reading

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Open Book

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Well Color Me Abstract

This is a recreation of a previous piece I had done which was an abstract image of my profile. The requirement for the piece was that it must be done with complimentary colors and have a repeating pattern from the … Continue reading

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Color Chart

This was my first experience mixing colors. Except for the primary colors, all of the colors in the piece are hand mixed. The project required the use of complimentary, secondary, and tertiary colors as well as intensity change within the assorted colors … Continue reading

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Fracture Drawing

This project was meant to be an accident, creating an image in sections rather than straight on. This was a restraint, a forced experiment which I was not at liberty to argue. The asymmetry is forced by the fracture, I was not … Continue reading

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Organic Portrait

The organic portrait, has been one of the most detailed pieces I have done in Visual Communication. Each shape is meant to be a different shadow using different patterns.  The disembodiment of the head makes the piece abstract and the … Continue reading

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Abstract Portrait

I did not want the portrait aspect of this piece to be obvious, and I have accomplished that by emphasizing the abstract using three dimensional letters. The letters are visibly recognizable, except the ‘f’, which is breaking apart in the distance, with pieces approaching the … Continue reading

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Typography Portrait

For the typography piece, I did not just want to write my name over and over again, after the last project I was finished with name related artwork. Instead, I found a long poem, “The Bells” by Edgar Allen Poe, … Continue reading

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Feeling in a Name

For the feeling design, I went for the feeling of shyness. I wanted to keep the lines as thin as I possibly could and fade the ends of the letters to give the piece a sense of absence. I brushed the charcoal … Continue reading

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