PART 3

PART 3 - research file

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Below - Gerd Arntz

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The above, right and below images were all take out of the book 'DIAGRAMS' by Arthur Lockwood, I was inspired by them because they are all aesthetically beautiful illustrations, as well as factual graphs

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the images below, and below right are diagrams by Suzanne Treister, I found in the book 'DATA FLOW' I thought these were beautiful diagrams, and would suit my style of illustrating, I created a similar diagram in a similar style, showing all the items in my house.

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Above- before I die, I looked at this briefly and created my own version. This was when I was looking at my project on a more philosophical level, looking at how much stuff we all have and how little of it we actually need.

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Above and left - Sam Winston, I looked at him briefly when I began looking into text. If I had more time I would of liked to explore the idea of text more, similar to Winston

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Song Dong - Waste Not

I was very inspired by this piece and after studying them, thought of the idea of making order out of chaos in my own house.

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The image above and below right are both taken our of the book 'The art of Clean-up' by Ursus Wehrli, I thought it showed an interesting and literal approach to my title ORDER

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The image above is by Francesco Franchi and show military  spending and armament, the image to the right is also Franchi

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The image below and right are by illustration William Grill, who I was inspired by to create colour pencil drawings of the items in my house, organised similarly

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The above image was one I found in the book, 'Beautiful Evidence' by Edward R. Tufte, it is a graph that illustrates the movement of Napoleons troops over the alps, drawn by Charles Joseph Minard. I thought it was a beautiful graph, although it was created to be purely factual.

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Above and below Suzanne Tresiter who I was inspired  when looking at texts, and for my final exhibition piece.

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