Elements and Principles of Design Project
By Alex Laurie

All of the elements and principles of design.

The center of the flower is an example of a point.

The straight lines of the railroad tracks and power lines is an example of lines.

The multiple colors of the bird is an example of color in nature and how it stands out.

The brightness of this picture is an example of value.

The curvature of the rocks is an excellent example of a geometric shape in nature.

The precise detail of the shell is an example of form in nature.

Since Stonehenge is designed in a precise and concise manner, this is an example of space.

The roughness of the bark on the tree is an example of texture.

The Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris exemplifies symmetrical balance due to how identical both sides are.

This photo is an example of emphasis since it focuses on what is beyond the circular object.

The stark differences between the bright green grass and the white flowers on the trees is an example of contrast.

The repeated lines in the sand is an example of regular rhythm.

The differences between the sizes of the two tennis balls is an example of proportion.

The use of the same brick pattern in these dorms located at Duke University in Durham, NC is an example of unity.

The simplicity of this leaf is an example of economy.

This is an example of an acute triangle because this is the shape made by the way the stalks cross each other.

The perfect spherical shape of the moon is an example of a circle.

This pool is an example of a rectangle.

The Pentagon in Washington D.C. is an example of a polygon.

The square shape of the log is an example of a square since all four sides are approximately the same length.

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