Principles of Form and Design

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John Wiley & Sons, Sep 15, 1993 - Design - 352 pages
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An unprecedented package that gives readers the content of three important references by one of today's most influential design writers. This is a master class in the principles and practical fundamentals of design that will appeal to a broad audience of graphic artists and designers.
  

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Contents

Basic Computer Setup 14
47
Creating a Shape 22
55
Establishing Radiation 31
64
Getting on with the Main Text 37
70
The Frame of Reference 44
77
REPETITION
15
STRUCTURE
21
Unit Forms and Structural
26
CSCurves 172
Variations of a Form 179
REPRESENTATIONAL FORMS
196
Compositions with Radiation
Gradation of Position 213
223
Anomaly in Shape 230

Similarity and Gradation 71
32
RADIATION
51
Structural Subdivisions
55
ANOMALY
61
CONTRAST
49
Notes on the Exercises 111
51
1t TEXTURE
63
SPACE
71
ThreeDimensional Form 138
82
Visualization with Lines
26
DESIGNING A FORM
42
Relating Circles 158
The Multiplication of Planes 164
Deviation 170
THREEDIMENSIONAL DESIGN
Form and Structure 246
WALL STRUCTURES
Modifications of Spatial Cells 264
PRISMS AND CYLINDERS
Variations of a Cylinder 277
REPETITION
POLYHEDRAL STRUCTURES
TRIANGULAR PLANES
LINEAR FRAMEWORK
LINEAR LAYERS
INTERLINKING LINES
GLOSSARY 345
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