Tuesday, March 23, 2010

APD Project Images and Photos

The window pane on the shirt is exactly the same as the real thing.

This Wood paneling is similar to the neckline worn by Marilyn Monroe.

The White House and the black outfit have the same angular properties at the top.

This unusual entry is made for the wavy lines of this dress.

X marks the spot.

The pattern created by the suspension bridge's cables are the exact same lines that are in this couture gown.

These images show how clothing and architecture have more than one geometric shape. The optical illusion of square and triangles is created depending on how you look at the shapes.

The smaller picture in the right corner is of an all glass cathedral ceiling and the image's shape is the same as the skirt and hat the model is wearing.

The Partridge Family bus and this Yvse Saint Laurent dress are icons of 1960's pop culture

The smaller picture in the lower right corner is an all glass cathedral ceiling and matches the shape of the skirt and hat this model is wearing.


Monday, March 22, 2010

APD Project

I'm getting this blog up and running for my APD Project. This project is due on March 24 at 12 pm and so I'm trying to familiarize myself with what to do on a blog. Hope this works, and I'll check out whether it did after I submit this first blog entry ever in my life. Here goes me getting computer literate. I hope it helps my future endeavors. I now think I will try and post a picture from my computer. I don't have any family pictures, so it will have to be something stored on my computer at the factory. Till my next post . . .