Sunday, April 11, 2010


Reading responce to Pattern in The New Basics by Lupton, pages 185-193

Patterns, once broken down, are usually made out of basic dots, stripes, and grids. Most patterns are also created from three basic forms: isolated elements, linear elements, and the criss-crossing or interaction of the two (hits, dots, stripes and grids). Knowing this, a realization is made that an endless possibility of patterns are possible when there is more than one shape apparent in the pattern, if it follows each 1, 2, 3 multiple of the dot, line, grid theory.

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