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Select one of these 13 most common verbs in the English language

be, have, do, say, get, make, go, know, take, see, come, think, look

Select a single word or very short phrase to add after your selected verb to make a meaningful statement.

Print the words large on 11×17 paper, black & white, quality fonts.

Using physically manipulated (bent, folded, wrinkled, etc) printouts (you can print out as many as you want. Type only.), capture a wide range of high-quality photographs. You should end up with 40-50 photos to choose from.

Make most of these abstract. But also make at least one of these should be a paper airplane.

Project Goals
  • Play with typographic form
  • Experimentation with typographic anatomy and classification
  • Practice moving between real-space and on-screen
  • Have fun for the class period before leaving for spring break