Session 1A | Oct 31, 2016
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Session 1A | Oct 31, 2016

The Science of Beauty


Sofia Focolari

Homework

1. Symmetry and depth

symmetry depth

 

2. Grouping and rythm

Grouping and rythm

 

3. Continuity and Movement

Continuity-stability Sofia

4. Closure and center alignment

closue and central alignment (symmetry)

 

5. Dominance in size and continuity

dominance by size continuity

6.Movement and center alignment

 Center alignment and stability- Sofia 2 copia

Discussion

3 responses to “The Science of Beauty”

  1. Neko says:

    Images looking really nice! Maybe 3rd image may not reflect very well “stability”, I feel the forms are very dynamic, despite the symmetry. I assume it’s because of the curved shapes which almost always imply some sort of movement – our eyes are very much compelled to move along the curves (see example in 3rd lecture “Movement”). Especially because your “cut S” form makes a sort of a infinite curve, so eyes tend to loop around it. I’m exaggerating, because this all lasts only a fraction of second, but it does feel very dynamic (too dynamic to be perceived as “stable”).
    Otherwise, great work!

  2. Neko says:

    By the way, I like very much the “featured image” you have, the one of triangle/closure.

  3. Sofia Focolari says:

    Thank you for your comments, I thought about how it could also imply movement but I was a bit unsure, now I can clearly see it. I will upload the rest tomorrow, as well as the triangle I have created and used as a background!

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