Seeing many similar pieces in our readings for this class, this look is growing on me. Example of not filling space just for the sake of it. Nice alignment, nice variation in color contrast. Transparent elements creates depth. Clean typesetting and apparent grid use.
The following exercise will ask you 50 questions about your leadership style, and then give you an idea of your typical styles. If you are still a student you might like to answer the questions as you would if you were a manager in an organisation, rather than the way you would if, for example, you were president of a student society where the leadership style is more casual than that in most work environments.
Roy LichtensteinSandwich and Soda 1964 In the 1960s there was a deliberate attempt by artists and print publishers to reach a bigger audience for art through the production of prints that were released in large editions. This objective was facilitated by screenprinting, a process which yielded many more examples than the more traditional printmaking methods of engraving or lithography #popart #art