This photo shows good emphasis because your eye is directly drawn to the umbrella because its red.

Rain Photography

Contrast: This photgraph is a wonderful example of contrast. this photo shows two diffrent eliments and puts them together. the black park with the red umbrella in the middle creates a contrast of color creates a visual clarity.

"I miss you" in Greek is "Μου λείπεις," which is closer to "You are missing from me."  Similar to "tu me manques" in French.  I love how the emphasis in different languages can change the meaning and nuances of a message.

"I miss you" in Greek is "Μου λείπεις," which is closer to "You are missing from me." Similar to "tu me manques" in French. I love how the emphasis in different languages can change the meaning and nuances of a message.

Ask your students to pick a principle from the poster and explain how the word illustrates its meaning, or use this poster to help your students during an art critique; ask them to pick a Principle of Design and explain how a select work of art uses that Principle of Design.

Principles of Design Posters & Interactive Sketchbook Activity

Ask your students to pick a principle from the poster and explain how the word illustrates its meaning, or use this poster to help your students during an art critique

I love how unique this is. There is a lot of geometry and perspective work done throughout these words. I like that it is very in depth and complicated.

I love the use of depth and perspective in these pieces. // I love how unique this is. There is a lot of geometry and perspective work done throughout these words. I like that it is very in depth and complicated.

This picture is so powerful. Beautiful things aren't meant to be hidden away and love is a beautiful thing! From cartoonist Clay Bennett.

Image showing that one should not have to hide who they are to make others more comfortable. Our society puts so much emphasis on being the "norm" that anyone outside of it feels ashamed of who they are.

My only tattoo. This is a cross and the hakuna matata symbol combined. Meaning "Hakuna Matata / No worries just trust in God, Hes always there and always will be" <3

This is a cross and the hakuna matata symbol combined. Meaning "Hakuna Matata / No worries just trust in God, Hes always there and always will be" < I really like this but personally wouldn't incorporate the cross

Say this sentence with emphasis on a different word every time. Seven different meanings!

Say this sentence with emphasis on a different word every time. Seven different meanings!

True true story. Went to the supermarket to get a few items before travelling next week. Cashier at check out says: "Not meaning to be up in your business but you spend ALL of that money and hardly buy any meat." I pause. I look at her. I say: "Yes I did. Look de chicken and lamb stew and beef stew right there. Plus tuna ain't meat?" She disagrees: "But dat still ain't nuh meat." I note the emphasis on the 'nuh meat' but close out by saying: "I am not here for a while so it doesn't matter."…

True true story. Went to the supermarket to get a few items before travelling next week. Cashier at check out says: "Not meaning to be up in your business but you spend ALL of that money and hardly buy any meat." I pause. I look at her. I say: "Yes I did. Look de chicken and lamb stew and beef stew right there. Plus tuna ain't meat?" She disagrees: "But dat still ain't nuh meat." I note the emphasis on the 'nuh meat' but close out by saying: "I am not here for a while so it doesn't matter."…

And I totally had to read through it 7 times, just to see...  Italics might help in this situation...

Seven different meanings

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