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Visible Cities
Visible Cities display

The FAL is proud to present the recent work submitted in Spring 2013 by UT art and design students. Designed by Prof. Leslie Mutchler for 304K Two-Dimensional Design, the "Visible Cities" project is intended to challenge a student's color-mixing skills, gouache technique, knowledge of color terminology and spatial creativity. Inspired by Italio Calvino's text "Visible Cities", each student creates images of four cities, each city on a separate 10" x 10" illustration board. In addition, each panel incorporates at least one of the Seven Color Contrasts proposed by legendary Bauhaus painter and theorist Johannes Itten.

Photos and design by Mark Doroba







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