Advancing/Receding

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...and the creation of depth. These pins have been posted solely to promote awareness of design principles and elements through commentary and critical analysis.

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Write essays on paintings by monet Monet's use of color along with use of intricate. Shadow also plays a large part in the make up the painting. Monet uses an even. Claude Monet, Post Impressionism, Impressionist Paintings, Monet Paintings, French Paintings, Indian Paintings, Art Plastique, Oeuvre D'art, Art Inspo

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Une grande collection de reproductions de tableaux de maître. Copies de peintures célèbres avec des prix accessible. Vente copie tableau.

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© 2019 McGaw Graphics, Inc. About the ArtistAndo Hiroshige was one of the most famous Japanese artists of the Ukiyo-e school. He was especially revered for his landscapes depicting lyrical scenes of everyday life. Hiroshige was born in Edo (now . Japanese Woodcut, Art Chinois, Poster Art, Print Poster, Art Asiatique, Art Japonais, Japanese Painting, Japanese Prints, Japan Art

A simple way of expressing depth is by the contrast of larger foreground imagery to smaller background imagery and by the fact that cool colors recede and warm colors advance. Hiroshige, artist.

BEACH_BALL peters/Target-Branding We created a brand campaign that actively deconstructs this iconic graphic identity. Instead of a static symbol, it becomes a rhythmic pattern, and a playful player in the choreography of life. Portfolio Design, Creative Portfolio, Design Graphique, Art Graphique, Creative Advertising, Advertising Design, Advertising Campaign, Web Design, Design Art

Target Branding

Target's logo is elegantly simple. One dot. One ring. We created a brand campaign that actively deconstructs this iconic graphic identity. Instead of a static symbol, it becomes a rhythmic pattern, and a playful player in the choreography of life.The re…

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A pint of beer is illuminated and advances towards the foreground. The shaded red exclamation point provides a middle ground behind the beer and in front of the red background. Establishing foreground, middle ground and background helps to establish depth. But also pay attention to the advancing and receding qualities that contrast of color intensity can provide.

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Pierre Gauchat, der Graphiker - Mannhart, K, 1960. 35.4'' x 50.4'' / 90 x 128 cm. Offset | Paper. ID# SWL14592. $300.

Pierre Gauchat, der Graphiker - Mannhart, K, 1960. 35.4'' x 50.4'' / 90 x 128 cm. Offset | Paper. ID# SWL14592. $300.

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The color white drives the text to the foreground, advancing the message towards the viewer. The black image defines a middle ground while the color blue defines the background. Black & blue color systems recede away from the viewer. The result is: depth. Meanwhile, the orientation of the black image, the right hand vertical alignment of the text and the vertical orientation of the format create a vertical direction. The horizontal alignment of left and right texts create a horizontal…

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The luminous green text and circle below it bring hue and luminosity and thus provide an advancing system of elements. The black traffic signal and text advance from the white background and despite its mass, becomes the middle ground. Miles Davis All Stars album cover.

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Michael Bierut/Pentagram's symposium poster for Yale University expresses depth through diminishing sizes of text in hierarchical positions.

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Johannes Vermeer 1632-1675, The Art of Painting. Vermeer uses single-point perspective to guide the viewer from foreground to background. To further express advancing and receding qualities, he uses illumination to guide the viewer from a shadowy entrance. The relationship of the painter (Vermeer himself?) to the subject reinforces this effect, specifically through the contrast of a darker, larger foreground figure to the brighter, smaller background figure.

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