Big Ideas (1/30)

Images, layout, or graphics communicate meaning by constructing visual arguments, making claims through particular use of comparison, juxtaposition, and intertextuality (George, 29). Images are a means of visual representation of the world rather than replication of a permanent reality. In the case of drawing, there is the image you are attempting to create – and there is the actual image as it is drawn (Barry, 16). [JS]