JAM INVESTIGATES Patterns
This group of investigators examined their neighborhood for patterns. Patterns are a big element of design and can be found everywhere. We talked about how to look for different rhythm schemes like A-B-A-B and A-BB-A.
I pointed out examples like how the cars were parked, car –empty space- car- empty space, and the colors on the ground: green grass- tan sidewalk-green grass-tan sidewalk. I shared how many of the patterns we see are not accidental because designers think about these things. The team thought that was pretty cool.
The team tried to just stand on the front steps and look around but I was not going to let that slide. You gotta get out and about, move around a little and all that jazz.
Case Study #13- What patterns can you find around you? Find an object pattern, shape pattern, and color pattern. Happy hunting.
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Courtney McQueen is a landscape designer and children's book author from Columbia, MD