Project #2 and Project #3 Quiz

This quiz covers the principles and elements covered in Project #2 and Project #3.

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QUESTION: Which design principles and/or elements are utilized in this composition by Debbie Millman? Check all that apply.

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QUESTION: How does designer Joseph Müller-Brockmann create visual rhythm in this poster? Check all that apply.

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QUESTION: Herman Leonard shot this photograph of Duke Ellington on stage. Which design principles and/or elements are used this composition? Check all that apply.

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QUESTION: Which of the following describe the way(s) variety is used in "Supremus No. 58" painted by Kasmir Malevich in 1916? Check all that apply.

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QUESTION: Michael Bierut created this rebrand for Saks Fifth Avenue by taking the logo and then subdividing it into a grid of 64 smaller squares. The 64 tiles can then be shuffled and rotated to form an almost infinite number of variations. Which of the following principles and/or methods are NOT used in this design?

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QUESTION: This image by design firm CF Napa for Edge Wine is an example of which type of Value Range?

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QUESTION: Roy DeCarava's photograph demonstrates the Rule of Thirds. The focal point of this composition falls at the intersection of which of these invisible gridlines?

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QUESTION: What kind of visual rhythm is used in the painting "Nude Descending a Staircase" by artist Marcel Duchamp?

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QUESTION: This photograph by John Edmonds from his series "DuRag" is an example of achromatic value?

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QUESTION: This photograph by Carrie Mae Weems demonstrates which kind of value range?

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