• Susan Tonso

04 visual grammar


lines dots and squares.

visual grammar explains the world of shapes and its position in the space.

1.

we can see some optical effects in these exercises.

the first row create a sense of three dimensional space: the grey rectangle in the back seems to be the shade of the white one on the front, and the grey on the front seems to uncover a window or a hole, with the light coming in.

in the second row is difficult to see the yellow in the white background, while on the black is very clear. that's the reason why to grab the attention, yellow and black is the best combination, rather than black and white.

in the third exercise the blue in the black square seems to be lighter than the one on the white one.

2.

lines, lots of lines.

3.

more lines. this time we could use different angles. they are more dynamic.


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