“As a designer and artist, it’s easy to concentrate and attach ourselves to the main objects of our work—So easy in fact, that we can easily forget about a part of our work equally important: The Negative Space. Negative Space is the space between an object, around an object, but is not part of the actual object itself. It is the opposite of an identifiable object which can at the same time be used to help define the boundaries of positive space.” —Frank Curkovic in a design theory tutorial.

“As a designer and artist, it’s easy to concentrate and attach ourselves to the main objects of our work—So easy in fact, that we can easily forget about a part of our work equally important: The Negative Space. Negative Space is the space between an object, around an object, but is not part of the actual object itself. It is the opposite of an identifiable object which can at the same time be used to help define the boundaries of positive space.” —Frank Curkovic in a design theory tutorial.

love designs like this one that use the interplay of a dark and light contrasting/opposing color for positive and negative space to creat their design images that are interchangeable and as clever as this one is., this one is wonderfully done. plus, I love elephants

love designs like this one that use the interplay of a dark and light contrasting/opposing color for positive and negative space to creat their design images that are interchangeable and as clever as this one is., this one is wonderfully done. plus, I love elephants

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