Exercise: Playing with words

The following exercise goal was to create typographical representations to present not only the following words, but also suggest their meaning:

sad • safe • sardonic • saucy • scholarly • serious • shadow • shattered • shy • short • silly • sinking • skimpy • sleek • smart • snowy • sodden • soothing • sordid • sophisticated • speed • squat • squeeze • stiff • stodgy • stoned • style • supine • swagger • sweet

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Research point – History of typography

Of course the history of typography is a vast subject, and one could spend countless hours going into the depths of the evolution of type. Continue reading “Research point – History of typography”

Color me…

After quite a few months spent on part three (Visual Language) it was finally time to tackle the third assignment.
The brief was to:

[choose] a colour that has a meaning that [I] want to explore and celebrate.

I was allowed only to work with my chosen color, its complementary color, black, and white in order to explore visual dynamics and contrast, as well as to hopefully show off the skills and processes I was supposed to take with me from this unit.

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