Part three: Visual communications – Project 4 – Time and place -Exercise 4 – Cutting edge

The post contains texts with links that open in new window Apart from Futurefarmers the rest of the links in the course book didn’t work. Besides I found the exercise quite puzzling. Where should I start? How can you know what is cutting edge? Things don’t become innovative overnight. Usually there is a lot of work… Read More Part three: Visual communications – Project 4 – Time and place -Exercise 4 – Cutting edge

Part three: Visual communications – Project 4 – Time and place – Exercise 3 – Visual conventions for time and place

Luckily I believe in this exercise I didn’t had to search that much. Many ideas popped in my head almost at once. This brain traffic produced four examples that we’ll see below. First I knew I wanted to have Mayan art because I remember their glyphs can tell a story as long you’re able to… Read More Part three: Visual communications – Project 4 – Time and place – Exercise 3 – Visual conventions for time and place

Part three: Visual communications – Project 4 – Time and place – Exercise 2- Knitting patterns

Image above: Firemen with the Cincinnati Fire Department being taught to knit by members of the American Red Cross, 1918 When I was little one of my godmothers gave me as an Easter gift a big really warm and really orange knitted sweater which I loved because it was always made me feel cozy. But… Read More Part three: Visual communications – Project 4 – Time and place – Exercise 2- Knitting patterns

Part three: Visual communications – Project 4 – Time and place – BOOK REFERENCE

Reference to ‘Room One: Urban’ Pages 34 & 35 from Place (Dean and Millar, 2005) Empire State building (built 1931) is an Art Deco icon. A result of competitive businessmen -its main rival was the Chrysler building-  and building boom in their ‘Race into the Sky’ at the end of the Roaring Twenties era. The… Read More Part three: Visual communications – Project 4 – Time and place – BOOK REFERENCE

Part three: Visual communications – Project 4 – Time and place – Exercise 1 – The next big thing

Have you ever wished you’d come home one day and vividly move your hands around in a choreographic way and shout “In the nameth of häagen-dazs, turneth on the heateth and checketh the cupboards f’r pringles crisps!“? Well I have. Gesture control interfaces might not be the type of visual communication you would imagine, just… Read More Part three: Visual communications – Project 4 – Time and place – Exercise 1 – The next big thing