You only need basic understanding of line and form to appreciate art and design, but you need a lot more than that to create it. Deepen your understanding of these fundamentals in Graphic Design: Form & Image with Timothy Samara.
In this class, Timothy will teach you about the primary form categories and how they apply across mediums. You’ll learn about:
Geometric vs organic forms
Pictorial vs non-pictorial images
Form relationships and meaning
Juxtaposition and sequence
You’ll learn how the medium you are working in affects how the viewer interprets your work and get tips for getting the results you are after.
Graphic Design: Form & Image will help you confidently create images that are visually balanced and sophisticated.
Timothy Samara is a New York–based graphic designer and educator whose twenty-five career has so far focused on visual identity and branding, communication design, and typography. Since 2000, he has split his time between professional practice and academia, defining a highly respected reputation as an instructor at the School of Visual Arts, Parsons/The New School for Design, Purchase College SUNY, New York University, The University of the Arts, and Fashion Institute of Technology. Mr. Samara is a frequent university lecturer and contributor to design publications both in the U.S. and abroad. He has written eight books on design to date (all from Rockport Publishers), which have been translated into ten languages and are used by students and practitioners around the world.