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STUDENT Kenichi Tanaka

STUDENT Cosmo Rettig

STUDENT Amber Cox

STUDENT Amber Cox

STUDENT Emmanuelle Joyeux

STUDENT Emmanuelle Joyeux

STUDENT James Edmondson

STUDENT Ana Flores-Sahagun

STUDENT Justin Holbrook

STUDENT Suzanne Baxter

STUDENT Nami Kurita

STUDENT Edgar Ruiz

STUDENT Austin Hamby

STUDENT Nick Navarro

STUDENT Heidi Reifenstein

STUDENT Kenichi Tanaka

STUDENT Seul Kim

STUDENT Alex Capasso

STUDENT Helena Parriott

STUDENT Chanida Buranatrakul

STUDENT Kristi Grøtting

STUDENT Luz Toscano

STUDENT Anita Sarrett

STUDENT James Edmondson

STUDENT Ana Flores-Sahagun

STUDENT Alexandra Gainor

STUDENT Jamie Lee

STUDENT Alexandra Gainor

STUDENT Heidi Reifenstein

STUDENT Chanida Buranatrakul

STUDENT Seul Kim

STUDENT JuliAnn Miller

STUDENT Clara Daguin

STUDENT Sarah Pulver

STUDENT Heidi Reifenstein

STUDENT Ming Yan Sit

WORDS : MEANING

A word’s meaning can be enhanced or shifted by changing its context. My students investigate this idea by using photography to integrate type with image. Type can be used as a mask, superimposed, constructed, projected, or simply found in the environment. Students are randomly assigned words from a passage in Robert Bringhurst's The Elements of Typographic Style.

STUDENT Kenichi Tanaka