Category Archives: Visual Communications

Final Exam : Visual Communication

Words I researched : amazon river ocean water splash water drop in the ocean river water water lily water bottle water apple water park water fall pool rubber duck sunset beach resort tropical tropical fluit hawaii beach ball sand castle … Continue reading

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Project 7 : Color

Before painting, I consisted my paper with many circles and curve lines because I would like to make it like geometric patterns. My painting seems to be painted randomly at a glance. However, I painted it consciously. There are all … Continue reading

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Project 5 : Lumi Print

                                                                                                                                     Photo Shop, Lumi Print, 8.5*11 in, 2015 I was influenced by a Japanese comic book; Doubt. In this comic book, the characters put a rabbits head … Continue reading

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Project #4 : Allegory

                                                   Adobe Photoshop, 15×20 in, 2015 Reading is a very important part of my life. From … Continue reading

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Intro to Visual Communications : Typology/Morphology

Huang Yan, Painted Currency, dime, $10 bill, 2009 Huang Yan painted on a dime and 10 dollars. He just painted on the face of people with colors. His artworks are really interesting because the moneys are American’s ones, but the … Continue reading

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Project 3 : Visual Communication

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Project 2 : Spatial Translation with Shapes

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