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stylized or decorative writing (in any language)
A movement of art in which the art is abstract and is based entirely on simple, geometric shapes
drawing lines quickly and loosely to capture the form and actions of a subject
an illustration is an early handmade manuscript
when something only represents itself with no hidden or alternative meaning
A logo is an easy to identify graphic symbol that stands for a company or organization.
when an animal, object, or idea is given human form or characteristics
a rebirth of the arts, or more specifically, a time period in Europe from the 1300s–1600s during which a rebirth of the arts occurred
when an object, color, or shape is used to represent something else
Typography is the use of different typefaces or fonts in graphic design.
when you make reference to a well-known character, person, place, or event from life or literature
Created by: gabreal