This picture I made is supposed to represent a poem called “Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird” and although the author of the poem was implying an actual bird, I decided to replace the bird with the SR-71 Blackbird only because the plane was epic.
I love simplicity, especially when it is incorporated into logos. It lets the person seeing it know what it portrays immediately, that is why many company logos are simple. It is obvious and straightforward, the way it should be in my opinion, when many people see it.
This is my account, depicting the possibilities of symmetry and in my humble opinion, it’s eloquence. A figure not yet of ostentatious portrayal that seems to hint a precursor to popular late 50’s to 60’s design with multiple aureoles articulated in an equidistant lattice.
With this project, I found little difficulty looking for images within the simplicity of using only letters and the effect of black and white contrast. At first I wanted to try to incorporate images within the boxes in an orderly manner but then I realized I would rather expand what the picture would look like without any kind of borders.