Saturday, October 9, 2010

Visual System

These are examples by “Always with Honor”. Elsa and Tyler are former ringling grads and are doing some fresh work. These projects demonstrate how to think of a cohesive visual system. The systems here include flat and simplified to complex and dimensional. The final example brings in an element of texture. Think of how an alphabetic system works with a limited number of strokes: straight, curve, straight/curve, diagonal. Details need to be considered too. Are the lines ending with square or round ends? Remove all parts that are not necessary and only include the parts that give the form its essence.

Graphic systems:
share a simple language of line
positive and negative shape
details to mass

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