B4 Direction by Orientation

The examples shown features one dominant direction based on overall orientation. From left to right: spiral (or radial), vertical, diagonal (or triangular), and horizontal. Check the Pinterest board on Direction and Movement and find even more examples. Continue on to the next module and dive into the exercise.

Click here to again view the definitions for Direction & Movement. Click on the images to view specific examples on Pinterest and on the link at the bottom for YouTube.

spiral-staircaseUnknown student, Santa Ana Community College, Design Principles 101 workshop.   An example of notan, movement and direction by Katsushika Hokusai. laszlo-tower

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