Word Depth


2D Design, Word Depth, 8″x 9″, Photoshop

Explore sensory boundaries expanding your creativity. Create depth drawing words to interpret a poem, song, or sentence.

The composition of my piece was made into a heart using scale change, overlapping text, linear perspective, and special order. Scale change is used within each word in the image and used to give important words seem important. Overlapping text is used in the text ‘take a’ and ‘and make it’ to show that those words were not as important. I showed linear perspective in the word ‘sad song’ where all of the 3D letters are vanishing into the same point. I also  defined the spatial order by using value contrast and adding depth to the image.

My quote is based off the song Hey Jude by The Beatles. This image has many art techniques to add depth into the image. The analogous colors makes you look into the text and techniques to see the image. I had made the ‘G’ have other ‘G’s falling out of it and creating music notes to go along with the quote.

Compare and Contrast to an Artist

Screen Shot 2013-10-03 at 8.30.43 PM Mark Brookes is an artist that make KYP posters as ordinary poetry and uses nature as a basis for his projects. In this image, he uses analogous colors just as I have to make you look at the image without color interference. Although, he did not use text as I have within my image.

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