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Design Sketchbook. 1. Create a series of 4-5 panels showing a complex subject eventually progressing to completely abstract forms. (Georgia O’Keeffe). Jack-in-the-Pulpit. Jack-in-the-Pulpit. Jack-in-the-Pulpit. Jack-in-the-Pulpit.

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1. Create a series of 4-5 panels showing a complex subject eventually progressing to completely abstract forms.

(Georgia O’Keeffe)

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Edward Weston

Pepper

1930

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Edward Weston

Pepper

1929

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Edward Weston

Pepper

1930

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Edward Weston

Artichoke, 1930

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Edward Weston

Chard

1931

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3. Draw, paint, collage, or photograph patterns found in man-made objects (which could include buildings, etc.)

(Margaret Bourke-White,

Stuart Davis, Charles Sheeler)

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Stuart Davis

Owh! In San Pao

1951

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4. Exaggerate colors in a portrait to intensify emotion (work from life)

(Emil Nolde, Henri Matisse, Andre Derain, Vincent Van Gogh)

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Still Life with Masks

1911

by Emil Nolde

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Excited People

1913

by Emil Nolde

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At The Café

1911

by Emil Nolde

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Madame Matisse

(The Green Line)

1905 by Henri Matisse

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Henri Matisse

Woman with a Hat

1905

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Portrait of Henri Matisse

1905

by André Derain

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Portrait of Doctor Gachet

1890

by Vincent van Gogh

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Vincent Van Gogh

Self-Portrait with

Bandaged Ear

1889

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Vincent Van Gogh

La Berceuse

1889

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5.Exaggerate colors in a landscape to intensify emotion

(Edvard Munch, Franz Marc, Vincent Van Gogh)

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The Scream

1893

by Edvard Munch

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Girls on a Bridge

1900

by Edvard Munch

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The Sheep 1912 Franz Marc

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Church at Auvers

1890

by Vincent van Gogh

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6.Create a one-page story in the style of a graphic novel. Emphasize different view points, strong use of black and white, alternating concentrations of black or white in each frame to intensify or calm the mood.

(Marjane Satrapani in Persepolis; myriad other graphic novels and comic books)

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Watchmen

Dave Gibbons

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7.Draw a series of figures on a page that show elegant and efficient economy of line.

(Ellsworth Kelly, Henri Matisse)

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Jack Gray

1990

by Ellsworth Kelly

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Ellsworth Kelly

Daffodil

1979-80

Lithograph

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Henri Matisse

From

Les Jockeys Camoufles

1918

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Henri Matisse

Four Self-Portraits

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Henri Matisse

La Chevelure

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8. Make a series of 3 different thumbnails on one page that each use the same basic composition, but pack it into 3 different formats: short wide rectangle, tall thin rectangle, square.
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9. Develop 3 different logos for a single product. Logos can have just images, just letters, or an integration of both. The most effective logos say the most with the least visual information to allow instant consumer impact. (Milton Glaser)
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Logo for Children’s Television Workshop

(producer of Sesame Street)

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10. Communicate your personal or family imagery with a series or group of symbols.

(Think original, expressive symbols: no hearts, peace signs, smiley faces, etc.)

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11. Create a design for a T-shirt advertising a: band, movie, political figure, or artist.
  • The design should consider the power of typeface as well as a strong, graphic image. Image and text should be well-integrated so that one cannot stand without the other.
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12. Use letterforms only, and not adding up to a readable word, to express a particular emotion.

Variables: size, scale, color, outlining, overlapping, transparent/opaque, variety of typefaces, line quality on edges of text.

(Jasper Johns, Stuart Davis)

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Decoy

1971

by Jasper Johns

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Figure 5

1960

by Jasper Johns

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Jasper Johns

Grey Alphabet

1956

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Stuart Davis

Combination Concrete

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Stuart Davis

Blips and Ifs1963-64

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Stuart Davis

Something on the Eight Ball

1937

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13. Design a neon sign meant to attract attention in a visually congested area, such as Orlando, Atlantic City, or Las Vegas.

How will you use the elements and principles of design to make your work stand out?

Look up examples of neon signs for reference.

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Create an architectural rendering

of a museum

creativityfuse.com

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14. Free choice emphasizing use of elements

(line, shape, value, color, texture)

and principles of design

(balance, emphasis, contrast, movement, repetition, rhythm, unity, variety)