Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Anticipated Movement and Blurred Outline

Anticipated movement: The implication of movement on a static two-dimensional surface caused by the viewer’s past experience with a similar situation. The logo below implies anticipated movement because the viewers know that cars move from prior experiences.

Blurred outline: A visual device in which most details and the edges of a form are lost in the rapidity of the implied movement. The figure in the image to the left is blurred and detail is lost because of the movement.

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