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ever failed.

 

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All of old. Nothing else ever. Ever tried. Ever failed. (detail)

Four sentences here.

 

12/14/2011 | Tiffany | 1 Comment

ever tried

 

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All of old. Nothing else ever. Ever tried. (detail)

Three full sentences here.

 

12/05/2011 | Tiffany | No Comments

illegible blueprints

 

Revised thesis statement here.

 

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For reference —
paintings done in high school: Piano Key Spiral, Part Bowl, Decision Making
larger here.

 

11/23/2011 | Tiffany | No Comments

two sentences.

 

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All of old. Nothing else ever. (detail)

Two full sentences here.

 

11/18/2011 | Tiffany | 1 Comment

a sentence.

 

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All of old. (detail)

Full sentence here.

 

11/09/2011 | Tiffany | No Comments

Names

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Tiffany

 

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Ashley

 

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Tommy

 

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Paul

 

10/17/2011 | Tiffany | 2 Comments

a turn in the maze : typographic floor plans

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Typographic Virtual Floor Plans

An assignment I enjoyed as a sophomore, in Design Stories, was to choose a word from a given list and alter the word somehow that was significant to the word’s meaning. I chose the expression ‘echoic memory,’ and with this I set out to make a new unique kind of design. I typed out the word rather large, using the font Century Schoolbook, created outlines around each letter, and chopped up each letter and created a pathway, or a blueprint, of the word ‘echoic memory.’ I later used this method in bookbinding with my own name.

I would like to continue experimenting with this technique in Seminar. Once the letter of a word or name is chopped up and arranged in a certain way, it gives birth to a sort of virtual interior landscape, a labyrinth, a floor design, a world with walls and borders and rooms that continuously flows. I will initially limit my experimentation to flat surfaces, working with the interior spaces created by the lines and shapes, creating zones and exploiting them in various ways.

I may continue the experiment by creating 3D models, or making a a short movie that scrolls through the words.

19 September 2011

09/20/2011 | Tiffany | No Comments

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