Principles of design

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Principles of design

  1. 1. Principles of design Vanessa Bei
  2. 2. I. Unity and Variety A. Visual unityThe leaves are arranged in color coordinated tothat of a rainbow scale. They are each uniqueand placed together to mimic a giant leaf.
  3. 3. I. Unity and Variety B. Conceptual UnityThe woman doing yoga is a prime example ofconceptual unity. Yoga is a form of meditationand relaxation as the view of the moon andocean is also a form of relaxation.
  4. 4. II. Balance B. Symmetrical BalanceThe zebra displays perfect symmetry with it’sstripes, the ears, and even the eyes.
  5. 5. II. Balance B. Asymmetrical BalanceAlthough the gymnast seems to be in half, bothsides are opposites making the imageasymmetrical.
  6. 6. III. Emphasis and SubordinationThis is a picture depicting emphasis andsubordination because the small flower in thehand is centered and the highest quality portionof the picture. Subordination is displayed in thebackground as the objects are out of focus.
  7. 7. IV. Scale and proportion A. Normal scale and proportionThis 3D chalk drawing of a man is in normalscale and proportion as you can use the manwalking nearby as a resource.
  8. 8. IV. Scale and proportion B. Hierarchical scaleThis sculpture of an apple is to a hierarchicalscale because as you can tell, the buildingbehind it is almost as large as the sculpture.
  9. 9. V. RhythmThis picture of Muslim women show Rhythmbecause as they were originally in black andwhite, there is a pattern set of women in red.
  10. 10. CreditsSlide number 6 was taken by myself.The rest of the images were taken fromgoogle.com.

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