FDN_1111_SP10 Final NYT

Final color machines and process now complete.

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Above: Nate’s outstanding final piece, still on the backing. The process is now complete, FDN_1111_SP10_Sec_002 student’s handed in their finals today after a successful crit last week. All process and finals are now uploaded to Geotypografika Flickr. This is the third attempt at this problem by three separate classes, please see the first here, and last Fall’s grupetto here. This Spring’s grupetto experimented with digital color variants, see this earlier post here.

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Above: Josh’s final.

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Above: Rithy’s meditation.

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Above: Kim’s patient study.

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Above: Chad agonized over this, beautiful.

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Above: Alex’s inspiring vision.

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Above: Elisabeth, a beautiful mess.

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Above: Aurelia, outstanding. Please see the full set on Geotypografika Flickr. A thousand thanks to all the students for their efforts.

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Above: Matt’s inspiring ‘map,’ describing how his color machine worked.

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Above: Something stunning from Kim’s process. Please see the full set on Geotypografika Flickr. A thousand thanks to all the students for their efforts.




4 Responses to “FDN_1111_SP10 Final NYT”

W-O-W!!! What a cool color exercise and magnificent results, bravo!

Marina Córdova Alvéstegui added these words on May 10 10 at 9:50 PM

Gracias, Marina, the students will be so pleased!

Erik Brandt added these words on May 10 10 at 10:03 PM

Geotypografika: FDN_1111_SP10 Final NYT – Final color machines and process now complete. Above: Nate's outstanding… http://ow.ly/17kAfV

Erik Brandt added these words on May 11 10 at 2:21 AM

i’m always inspired looking at these experiments…seems like another great round of them! (the last one makes me especially happy)

after seeing them the first time, i’ve taken to using blocks of pure color as the beginning stage for grid based compositions (including when i was designing my website)…it was pretty helpful (and beautiful).

keep em’ coming!

joe added these words on May 11 10 at 12:42 PM

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