Repetition and Variation

Collection by Howard Schneider • Last updated 7 weeks ago


The most direct way of coordinating visual elements is to repeat them. For example: repetition of a shape, a line, a color, a texture, etc. By varying what you repeat you add interest. Repetition and variation can also create rhythm. These pins have been posted solely to promote awareness of design principles and elements through commentary and critical analysis.

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Eli and her man took a little day-trip up to Lecco. We were surrounded by beautiful mountains, the lake, boats and swans. We sat in the sun at an outdoor cafe and played Italian card games while drinking affogatos. A perfect day. Eli took some photos with her diana mini.

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