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### Design elements

1. 1. Design Elements<br />Shape<br />Form<br />Space<br />Mika Lee<br />
2. 2. SHAPE<br />
3. 3. In this 3-dimensional object shapes such as circles and triangles can be seen. These shapes are mostly geometric. Therefore, it’s best described as a geometric object.<br />
4. 4. I’d say that the design of this whole space is very geometric. Triangles, squares, rectangles have been used a lot in this composition. Also, the fact that the whole thing is symmetrical makes it seem more geometrical. <br />
5. 5. This is also a very geometric design. With a range of mathematics- based shapes such as triangles and irregular squares and 90-degree corners , one can agree without a doubt that it’s not an organic design. <br />
6. 6. This bowl of goods incorporates both geometric and organic shapes. It may be organic because of some of the irregular and nature-looking shapes featured. It may also be geometric because of the circles and squares found in this bowl of goods.<br />
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8. 8. This design is mostly geometric. The reason for this is because mostly shapes such as circles, and squares can be seen. The car, on its own, is a very mechanical/masculine design. Therefore, I’d classify this as geometric. <br />
9. 9. These are clearly 2-dimension shapes. The tattoos contain very organic, curvilinear shapes which I think are very interesting. On the whole, the composition is very intricate and elegant which is why I’d classify it as of being organic.<br />
10. 10. As a 2-dimensional design, this contains both organic and geometric shapes. The circle and straight, 90-degree cornered letters being geometric while the adult and kid organic. <br />
11. 11. This is a 2-dimensional design. However, shading in and tones used on the boy and dog gives it a feeling of it being 3-dimensional. Shapes used in this design are organic; irregular, asymmetrical. <br />
12. 12. FORM<br />
13. 13. Form has been created by the use of light and darkness in this picture.Lightness being the sky and darkness being the architecture. <br />
14. 14. Here, light and shading techniques has also been used to create a feeling of form. The whole light background (bright sky & sun) and dark shaded object (bridge) makes the architecture in this picture advance.<br />
15. 15. Here, the whole blurred background and clear cherries has been used to create form as well. The background has been blurred allowing the subject (cherries) to advance. <br />
16. 16. Form has been created by the use of geometric/blurred versus organic forms. Here, the fluid being poured out advances while the background recedes.<br />
17. 17. In this picture, form has been created by the use of space. Space being the ocean/water surrounding the building. Also, the largeness of the building in comparison to the other buildings far behind makes it stand out more.<br />
18. 18. SPACE<br />
19. 19. In this composition space has been created by the use of distance and positive/negative space. Distance being the length between the one stool and the other stool and positive/negative space being the man on the stool versus the empty stool. <br />
20. 20. In this picture, distance has also been used to create a feeling of space. The distance between each tree and how the further it gets the closer the trees are to each other. <br />
21. 21. In this design, light and dark has been used to create a feeling of space. <br />
22. 22. Space has been created by the use of organic forms in this design.<br />
23. 23. The black versus white is what has been used to create a feeling of space. <br />