Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Allover Pattern and Bilateral Symmetry

Allover Pattern: A composition that distributes emphasis uniformly throughout the two-dimensional surface by repetition of similar elements. The example to the left is a repeating design I screen-printed on a piece of fabric.

Bilateral Symmetry: Balance with respect to a vertical axis. The repeating design pattern posted to the left is an example of this. The design can be split vertically and folded over and it would match up perfectly.

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