Pareidolia exercise semester 1

We was given an exercise which takes advantage of the brain seeing patterns and shapes which, in actuality are not there are all. This is known as Pareidolia and can be used as part of the creative process in order to churn out objects, items or anything you want to see will appear in one of the lines. It particularly helps when stuck with trying to overcome a creative block, by filling the page with bursts of random lines it looks less intimidating then the white blankness starting back at you.



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