David Walker is a good example of style repetition. He has a unique style that can be identified throughout his works. The repetition is in his colour theme and applications of colours used to structure his art. The colours are well defined and strongly stand alone though also create a well structured shading to define the image being created. His art is a good example of contrasting colours used to compliment each other in the big picture of things.
American designer Paul Rand (1914–1996) defined design as a unified activity, based on analysis and governed by imagination. Throughout his lengthy career – in which he created some of world’s most successful and recognizable logos such as those for IBM, UPS, and ABC – his design work was governed by fundamental principles such as beauty, intelligence, repetition, symbol, and humor. He set new standards for graphic design.
Messianic history is defined by two major characteristics. First, it is a history of salvation: something must be saved. But it is also a final history, an eschatological history, in which something must be completed, judged. It must happen here, but in another time; it must leave chronology behind, but without entering some other world. This is the reason why messianic history is incalculable. —— Giorgio Agamben, ‘Difference and Repetition: On Guy Debord’s Films’