Tuesday, February 2, 2010

type, image, message

After reading this reading from the book "type, image, message" it inspires me for project 2. The importance of having type, image and message from the beginning of the design process. The importance to step back and evaluate the work, in this new project during the process I will keep this suggestion in mind to see wether my image is communicating the person and their characteristics. As is the example provided on page 133 the importance of quick sketches. In the Lyceum Fellowship poster of 2006, brings to emphasized the use of exaggeration in space, using angles, condensed spaces and forced perspectives. Pattern and texture and the overall effect of fragmentation creates contrast and dimension within the elements of type, image and message.

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