The task is to photographically capture examples of elemental design principles found in our surrounding and in everyday objects. Make at least nine (9) photographs for each of the following principles: point, line, and movement. The goal is for students to practice their composition/framing skills and isolate the raw formal (rather than symbolic) manifestation of each principle. Although we are not necessarily aiming for abstraction, a degree or reduction may be helpful in approaching this project.
Course: AD 160
University of Illinois at Chicago, School of Design, 2013