Taking graphic design and magazine layout classes this semester, I am becoming more aware of geometric shapes and lines. What I like about geometric shapes is their balance in symmetry, which give me a sense of stability and tranquility. It’s a satisfaction when perfectly joining these smooth and sharp geometric shapes together, and it’s a greater satisfaction when you are able to build up something durable and resistant using geometric shapes.
Such as the Hearst building on 57th Street.
Designer Agnes Kovacs skillfully combined geometric shapes of triangles, trapezoids and rectangles to support space for the Pons Backpack. Made with premium Italian leather, the backpack features a handle made with pagoda tree wood. Edges are sharp and refined while surfaces of the bag stay smooth at all times. Backpack opens on its back with double metal zip.
Military joggers by Jacques Isaac features Navy Seal Digital camo print and elastic hems as well as adjustable waist. Matched with the Graphic Sweatshirt by PLAC official, the overall style is minimalistic and masculine. Geometric shapes of the sweatshirt graphics emphasize the use of these mathematical elements in fashion.