For this project I decided to depict Tokyo, Japan in four unique stamps. The four aspects that I wanted to depict were sushi, the Sensoji Temple, the electronic industry that defines Tokyo, and the Olympic Games. My favorite stamp of the four would have to be the electronic industry one because of the cool vector… Continue reading Project Four: Tokyo
During this project I came up with the first image above which I thought was okay but I did not really enjoy it. It is more of an abstract piece that kind of defeats the purpose of the metaphor because the guy in the frame almost looks like he has one the lottery already. It’s… Continue reading You’re Sitting on a Winning Lottery
Starting off in the urban city, I chose to go with a split-complementary color scheme. The brown, purple, and blue buildings meshed well together I think. The millions of different windows also make it feel as if every building is different, along with the overlapping of different colored buildings helps to add depth to the… Continue reading Color
Starting off the story on slide one, I really wanted to emphasize the change in distance that the man travelled. In order to do that I decided to make the circle small as if to seem like it is far away, then it travelled the mile that the poem described and now it is close… Continue reading “There was a crooked man,” – Jack Gerow
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