About the Book
What is design (/dizín/ n. & v.)? Dictionairies define it as:
-a plan or blueprint for the making or production
of a building, machine, garment, tool, etc.;
-the art and science of producing these; and
-a schema of lines or shapes forming a pattern,
embellishment or decoration.
This book of man-made objects takes you on photographic journey which lets you view lines & patterns, forms & shapes. In addition, it juxtaposes old architectural styles with the new. Some historical information is provided. A few images do not need much explanation. All photos will impact the viewer viscerally.
Features & Details
- Category Architecture
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Jul 03, 2009
- Language English
- Tags Canadian Architects, Inglewood district, building design, Mennonite dress, historical buildings, Architecture, Calgary, Vancouver, patterns, designs, lines, forms, shapes, staircases, steps, juxtapositions
I have a passion for painting and photography. There is beauty everywhere. Infinite opportunities exist to put images on canvas or film. In education, photography is also a way of documenting the learning that takes place inside and outside the classroom. Documenting the changes in nature, in rural and urban landscapes, and in the environment in general, I consider as essential as photograpy as an Art form.