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Define Repetition

Love the simpleness of the design. The repetition and scaling of the image creates a movement and tension. The hierarchy is subtle but well defined.

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Repetitions makes reputation and reputation makes customers. There is no harm in repeating an activity again and again to gain success. Indeed it defines that how much you have strived for the success. Repetition helps people to record you correctly in their subconscious mind. Repetition also creates awareness among people and makes them speak about your brand. The more time you repeat the campaign about your brand the more you get noticed by t

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Tuesday – Time to Think

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The Adidas logo is a good example of repetition to create unity. The repetition of the black creates a triangular or pyramid shape which defines their brand. This image and style is seen on all of Adidas' apparel.

The characteristic decorative quality of Chikutō's painting is amply evident here in the rhythmic arrangement of the herons, boldly framed by their snowy perch. The stark black-and-white contrasts and the repetitive patterns of horizontal washes that define the white forms of the birds and branches further contribute to an effect of graphic elegance

Noah Raviv (Israeli, born 1987); 2014, Manus x Machina exhibition at the MET "While working [with] 3-D software I was fascinated by the grid shown on the 2-D screen and by the way black repetitive lines define voluminous objects. I've translated those lines into textiles that create this sort of optical illusion."

Physical reality is a consciousness program created by digital codes. Numbers, numeric codes, define our existence. Human DNA, our genetic memory, is encoded to be triggered by digital codes at specific times and frequencies. Those codes awaken the mind to the change and evolution of...