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DESIGN IS THINKING

STUDENT Jeff Lin

STUDENT Leah Chin-Katz

STUDENT Elina Frumerman

STUDENT Leah Chin-Katz

STUDENT Leah Chin-Katz

STUDENT Sarah Pulver

STUDENT Sam Wick

STUDENT Serah Mead

STUDENT Chanida Buranatrakul

STUDENT Leah Koransky

STUDENT Serah Mead

STUDENT Timothy Sutton

STUDENT Ed Ng

STUDENT Serah Mead

STUDENT Leah Koransky

STUDENT Chanida Buranatrakul

STUDENT Serah Mead

STUDENT Feb Sansaneeyakiat

STUDENT Helena Parriott

STUDENT Anita Sarrett

STUDENT Mai Ogiya

STUDENT Mai Ogiya

STUDENT Anita Sarrett

STUDENT Feb Sansaneeyakiat

STUDENT Elina Frumerman

STUDENT Judit Hummel

STUDENT Judit Hummel

STUDENT Jeff Lin

STUDENT Jeff Lin

STUDENT Constance Smith

STUDENT Constance Smith

LETTERS : IMAGE

Working by hand with type xeroxed from specimen books, my students explore basic design principles such as symmetry, asymmetry, harmony, contrast, and scale. In the course of  this project I encourage students to see letterforms as abstract shapes rather than as concrete units of meaning. In doing so, they are able to focus on the details of the type and to realize the graphic potential of the forms.

STUDENT Jeff Lin