Ways of Meaning
The series of three demonstrates the emotions one may feel throughout their brain, lungs, and heart. The figures are outlined with white handwriting and stippling to show depth. The brain and heart in presented in cursive script, while the lungs are shown in manuscript style. The brain and heart are presented in this way because the emotions within those areas may become confusing or messy. When the lungs tend to be a breath of fresh air and regulate the emotions experienced. This artwork was created in the course Graphic Design Theory and Methods. This assignment was to think of non-literal forms of communication. We had to experiment in various ways to not mean what you literally say, having the non-literal forms of meaning enable us to make the familiar seem unfamiliar and unfamiliar seem familiar.