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Graphic sequence is evident in this interior design imagery. Not only does it present images but as well as its plans along side it.  This allows the designer to easily communicate the idea to the intended audience or potential clients. By allowing the viewers to grasp the intention of atmosphere wanting to be portrayed.

Image 19 of 24 from gallery of Centre Village / 5468796 Architecture + Cohlmeyer Architecture Limited. Photograph by 5468796 Architecture

The graphic sequence represents an array of shots taken from various angles and perspectives. Hence giving it that sense of movement and time as it progresses forward. This image depicts both interior and aswell as architecture aspects due to the accurate details the shots uses to describe the spatial dynamics of the area. While also utilising a beginning, middle and end.

Storyboard for school drawn with copic markers.i'm too sluggardly to tell the story.

This architectural design example where a sequential design system has been used. A story has been told in this sequence which has been constructed out of lines and shapes. These patterns form the shapes of the buildings and constructions. Within each frame a story has been built, thus to the completion of the piece.

This architectural design example where a sequential design system has been used. A story has been told in this sequence which has been constructed out of lines and shapes. These patterns form the shapes of the buildings and constructions. Within each frame a story has been built, thus to the completion of the piece.

oil via Baubauhaus. This simple yet powerful poster carries its message across with the word looking like it is written in actual oil. The simpmlicity and strong contrast from the light yellow background and the black is quite eyecatching.

The oil as spelled out as a word represents the idea or the general representation of oil in the form of a typographic imagery, the constrained visual is all in the word and the way it has been designed in order for it too represent the actual object.

Logo proposal for environmentally friendly electricity. By Johannes Rantapuska This image is playing with both constained language and figure and ground. The picture deals with both eco freindliness and while promoting electricity. The imagery draws us in due to the strong colour contrast and the plug immediately makes us think of electricity.

Vihreä energia Logo proposal for environmentally friendly electricity. Competition held by Suomen luonnonsuojeluliitto (The Finnish Association for Nature Conservation).