I attended the exhibit of Gregory Heisler and was in awe of the personality that shines through his portraits. It was my first time in the SU Gallery and I really felt like I was in the Metropolitan Museum in… Continue Reading
Berlin has a very complex history that is made up mostly of events that have taken place in the past century. It’s inevitable that, with the changing landscape, the technology, and especially political ideology, the street signage would change too.… Continue Reading
what a fun way to see so many different logos and understand how these letters, even though they aren’t “really” letters, represent the wide array of logos and principles of design.
First I would like to state that I missed attending photographer speakers this year as I used to go see many last semester while I was in PHO301. I think their work is inspiring, and although I am not intending… Continue Reading
I was walking through Newhouse 3 and I saw many posters with Newhouse wordmarks and logos. It is hard not to notice wordmarks now after having a whole project based around them. These were what I saw: Because I have… Continue Reading
I am a Resident Advisor this year. Yesterday I was doing rounds and I saw this written on a whiteboard on a resident’s door. I thought it was really cool. It is a great example of Gestalt’s rule of closure.… Continue Reading
After reading the Lupton text, I found myself extremely overwhelmed. I think if it weren’t for the pictures I would have been swimming in letters and text. Part 1: I can not believe there are so many different word… Continue Reading
My form and function is of a glass square-ish block with the Rialto bridge in it from my trip to Venice, Italy this summer. I chose this object because honestly I did not have anything else that was interesting in… Continue Reading