Design Blitz

Today, after reading more in depth about the different perspectives of design, I captured a few images that I believe fit these perspectives. I have embedded these images below and I have also discussed design elements. I also posted these pictures on my instagram with the tag: design blitz.

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#designblitz Typography

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Not only does this cup have an interesting and colorful background design, but it exhibits typography. The Starbucks™ logo is what one looks at when they first see this picture. This logo gives people an understanding of where the cup came from. It does not send a message but it does give some type of understanding.
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#designblitz balance & proportion

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This painting was painted by my boss, Jeffrey Smith. I was able to find many of the design concepts in this painting. This image exhibits proportion by creating images that appear smaller and farther away as you look deeper into the painting. The contrasting colors create rhythm that draw your eyes to the stream in the center of the picture. The physical structures of the mountains are very well balanced. Lastly, the painting as a whole creates the unity of a single environment or space in nature.
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#designblitz Rhythm

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These images to the left, create rhythm by creating a pattern in these tables/desks. They are balanced and symmetric as well.
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#designblitz dominance

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This image shows dominance. The sparkles and the star figure are what you automatically draw your attention to when you see the photo. The shininess even reflects light into the photo.
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#designblitz color

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This mural in our coffee shop at school most expressively shows color. Every color in the rainbow is in this mural. It is also painted to be 3-dimensional and creates unity as the designs all come into one another.

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