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The typeface is not appropriate.


Chance


Make the statement more clear.


Chance. This poster was made by Minkyoung Kim(b.1983) on October 15, 2013 for the chance assisgnment of the class named Uncreative Design, instructed by Clement Vella, in graphic design department at Rhode Island School of Design.


It is hard to see your intention from the typeface you used.


Chance. This poster was made by Minkyoung Kim(b.1983) on October 15, 2013 for the chance assisgnment of the class named Uncreative Design, instructed by Clement Vella, in graphic design department at Rhode Island School of Design.


Too poetic, any kind of connection could be made.


Chance This poster was made by Minkyoung Kim(b.1983) on October 15, 2013 for the chance assisgnment of the class named Uncreative Design, instructed by Clement Vella, in graphic design department at Rhode Island School of Design.


Oh my god, use the baseline!


Chance This poster was made by Minkyoung Kim(b.1983) on October 15, 2013 for the chance assisgnment of the class named Uncreative Design, instructed by Clement Vella, in graphic design department at Rhode Island School of Design.


Using photograph would be really convincing.


Chance This poster was made by Minkyoung Kim(b.1983) on October 15, 2013 for the chance assisgnment of the class named Uncreative Design, instructed by Clement Vella, in graphic design department at Rhode Island School of Design.


The change is too subtle.


Chance!! This poster was made by Minkyoung Kim(b.1983) on October 15, 2013 for the chance assisgnment of the class named Uncreative Design, instructed by Clement Vella, in graphic design department at Rhode Island School of Design.


Too normal, how about using a funkier typeface?


Chance!! This poster was made by Minkyoung Kim(b.1983) on October 15, 2013 for the chance assisgnment of the class named Uncreative Design, instructed by Clement Vella, in graphic design department at Rhode Island School of Design.


Gradiation makes your work 120% better.


Chance!! This poster was made by Minkyoung Kim(b.1983) on October 15, 2013 for the chance assisgnment of the class named Uncreative Design, instructed by Clement Vella, in graphic design department at Rhode Island School of Design.


Read it more, Feel it more.


Chance!! This poster was made by Minkyoung Kim(b.1983) on October 15, 2013 for the chance assisgnment of the class named Uncreative Design, instructed by Clement Vella, in graphic design department at Rhode Island School of Design.


Illustrate the process on paper.


Chance!! This poster was made by Minkyoung Kim(b.1983) on October 15, 2013 for the chance assisgnment of the class named Uncreative Design, instructed by Clement Vella, in graphic design department at Rhode Island School of Design. This poster is produced by following randomly chosen comment from previous classes from 2012.


Too perfect, no room for being flexible.


Chance!!

This poster was made by Minkyoung Kim(b.1983) on October 15, 2013 for the chance assisgnment of the class named Uncreative Design, instructed by Clement Vella, in graphic design department at Rhode Island School of Design. This poster is produced by following randomly chosen comments from previous classes from 2012.


Grammar errors


Chance!!

This poster was made by Minkyoung Kim(b.1983) on October 15, 2013 for the chance assisgnment of the class named Uncreative Design, instructed by Clement Vella, in graphic design department at Rhode Island School of Design. This poster is produced by randomly sellected comments from previous class critiques since 2012.


It looks like too digital art.


Chance!!

This poster was made by Minkyoung Kim(b.1983) on October 15, 2013 for the chance assisgnment of the class named Uncreative Design, instructed by Clement Vella, in graphic design department at Rhode Island School of Design. This poster is produced by randomly sellected comments from previous class critiques since 2012.


Put more information.


Chance!!

This poster was made by Minkyoung Kim(b.1983) on October 15, 2013 for the chance assisgnment of the class named Uncreative Design, instructed by Clement Vella, in graphic design department at Rhode Island School of Design. This poster is produced by randomly sellected comments from previous class critiques since 2012.

For first you write a sentence, And then you chop it small; Then mix the bits and sort them out Just as they chance to fall: The order of the phrases makes no difference at all. -Lewis Carroll: “Poeta fit, non nascitur.� In: Rhyme? and Reason? London: Macmillan, 1883. Reprinted in: The works of Lewis Carroll (Teltham/Middlesex, 1965), p. 804. How do you generate a composition that will entirely surprise you? That is yours, but for which you could not predict the outcome? This week, you will invent or find a chance procedure that generates interesting compositions. You should bring a minimum of 10 of these compositions to class. Try to bring a range of compositions based on the same chance operation: boring ones, surprising ones, interesting ones, meaningful ones. Consider the source of your chance procedure: does it reveal something about the world you live in? About you? Is chance the same as pure randomness, or does chance relate to the odds of something happening in a given context? Is exploring these odds meaningful? Do chance operations allow the context to imprint itself on your compositions? from the assignment note, http://udf13.cvalla.com/assignments/


This is a bad typeface.


CHANCE!!

This poster was made by Minkyoung Kim(b.1983) on October 15, 2013 for the chance assisgnment of the class named Uncreative Design, instructed by Clement Vella, in graphic design department at Rhode Island School of Design. This poster is produced by randomly sellected comments from previous class critiques since 2012.

For first you write a sentence, And then you chop it small; Then mix the bits and sort them out Just as they chance to fall: The order of the phrases makes no difference at all. -Lewis Carroll: “Poeta fit, non nascitur.� In: Rhyme? and Reason? London: Macmillan, 1883. Reprinted in: The works of Lewis Carroll (Teltham/Middlesex, 1965), p. 804. How do you generate a composition that will entirely surprise you? That is yours, but for which you could not predict the outcome? This week, you will invent or find a chance procedure that generates interesting compositions. You should bring a minimum of 10 of these compositions to class. Try to bring a range of compositions based on the same chance operation: boring ones, surprising ones, interesting ones, meaningful ones. Consider the source of your chance procedure: does it reveal something about the world you live in? About you? Is chance the same as pure randomness, or does chance relate to the odds of something happening in a given context? Is exploring these odds meaningful? Do chance operations allow the context to imprint itself on your compositions? from the assignment note, http://udf13.cvalla.com/assignments/


Too black and white, add colors.


CHANCE!!

This poster was made by Minkyoung Kim(b.1983) on October 15, 2013 for the chance assisgnment of the class named Uncreative Design, instructed by Clement Vella, in graphic design department at Rhode Island School of Design. This poster is produced by randomly sellected comments from previous class critiques since 2012.

For first you write a sentence, And then you chop it small; Then mix the bits and sort them out Just as they chance to fall: The order of the phrases makes no difference at all. -Lewis Carroll: “Poeta fit, non nascitur.� In: Rhyme? and Reason? London: Macmillan, 1883. Reprinted in: The works of Lewis Carroll (Teltham/Middlesex, 1965), p. 804. How do you generate a composition that will entirely surprise you? That is yours, but for which you could not predict the outcome? This week, you will invent or find a chance procedure that generates interesting compositions. You should bring a minimum of 10 of these compositions to class. Try to bring a range of compositions based on the same chance operation: boring ones, surprising ones, interesting ones, meaningful ones. Consider the source of your chance procedure: does it reveal something about the world you live in? About you? Is chance the same as pure randomness, or does chance relate to the odds of something happening in a given context? Is exploring these odds meaningful? Do chance operations allow the context to imprint itself on your compositions? from the assignment note, http://udf13.cvalla.com/assignments/


You conclude it too fast; research more about the subject.


CHANCE!! This is the first image from google image search with a keyword ‘Chance’, the description on the site is below: Chance and Real, the self-proclaimed “Stallionaires”, do everything together. They live together, they produce and perform music together, they travel, date, eat, and even breed Arabian horses together. And on VH1’s “I Love New York” they both fell in love with the same woman. In fact, they made it to the final two and three respectively, and millions of viewers were stunned when New York sent them both home broken-hearted and accepted a wedding proposal from another man. But, for two men with so much in common, they are really quite different. Chance is a player. He charms the ladies with his boyish enthusiasm and speaks his mind no matter who’s listening. Real is the prince. The gentleman with a soft, romantic side he isn’t afraid to show. What they are looking for in a woman is also quite different, although in the end, they may both want the same girl. In this 11-episode series for VH1, the Stallionaires will get their much deserved, and much anticipated chance to find real love. Fifteen young ladies will move into their Stallionaire ranch house (like the Neverland Ranch without all the rides and... um... children) and fight for the brothers’ love. In each episode, the ladies will compete in challenges designed to test for the qualities Chance and Real are looking for in a woman. The winners will go on dates with their man. At the end of each episode, Chance and Real will pick which of the girls each of them would like to continue to date, and send one woman home broken-hearted. In the final episode, Chance and Real will make the most difficult decision of their lives. With two women vying for each of their hearts, they must decide who they would like to take a Real Chance of Love with, and who’s going home alone. “Real Chance of Love” is the latest addition to the “of Love” franchise for VH1, the most successful franchise in the network’s history. The premiere episode of “I Love New York 1”, from which Chance and Real are known, garnered the most viewers for any series premiere in VH1 history. Since then, “I Love New York 2”, “Flavor of Love 3” and “Rock of Love 1 & 2” have continued to shatter previous records and set new ratings highs for the network. “Real Chance of Love” is most certainly in good company, and will likely be the next monster hit for VH1.

This poster was made by Minkyoung Kim(b.1983) on October 15, 2013 for the chance assisgnment of the class named Uncreative Design, instructed by Clement Vella, in graphic design department at Rhode Island School of Design. This poster is produced by randomly sellected comments from previous class critiques since 2012.

For first you write a sentence, And then you chop it small; Then mix the bits and sort them out Just as they chance to fall: The order of the phrases makes no difference at all. -Lewis Carroll: “Poeta fit, non nascitur.” In: Rhyme? and Reason? London: Macmillan, 1883. Reprinted in: The works of Lewis Carroll (Teltham/Middlesex, 1965), p. 804. How do you generate a composition that will entirely surprise you? That is yours, but for which you could not predict the outcome? This week, you will invent or find a chance procedure that generates interesting compositions. You should bring a minimum of 10 of these compositions to class. Try to bring a range of compositions based on the same chance operation: boring ones, surprising ones, interesting ones, meaningful ones. Consider the source of your chance procedure: does it reveal something about the world you live in? About you? Is chance the same as pure randomness, or does chance relate to the odds of something happening in a given context? Is exploring these odds meaningful? Do chance operations allow the context to imprint itself on your compositions? from the assignment note, http://udf13.cvalla.com/assignments/


Visual language evokes distortion and exaggeration more than a sense of the subject.


This poster was made by Minkyoung Kim(b.1983) on October 15, 2013 for the chance assisgnment of the class named Uncreative Design, instructed by Clement Vella, in graphic design department at Rhode Island School of Design. This poster is produced by randomly sellected comments from previous class critiques since 2012.

Chance

For first you write a sentence, And then you chop it small; Then mix the bits and sort them out Just as they chance to fall: The order of the phrases makes no difference at all. -Lewis Carroll: “Poeta fit, non nascitur.” In: Rhyme? and Reason? London: Macmillan, 1883. Reprinted in: The works of Lewis Carroll (Teltham/Middlesex, 1965), p. 804.

How do you generate a composition that will entirely surprise you? That is yours, but for which you could not predict the outcome? This week, you will invent or find a chance procedure that generates interesting compositions. You should bring a minimum of 10 of these compositions to class. Try to bring a range of compositions based on the same chance operation: boring ones, surprising ones, interesting ones, meaningful ones. Consider the source of your chance procedure: does it reveal something about the world you live in? About you? Is chance the same as pure randomness, or does chance relate to the odds of something happening in a given context? Is exploring these odds meaningful? Do chance operations allow the context to imprint itself on your compositions? from the assignment note, http://udf13.cvalla.com/assignments/

This is the first image from google image search with a keyword ‘Chance’, the description on the site is below:

without all the rides and... um... children) and fight for the brothers’ love.

Chance and Real, the self-proclaimed “Stallionaires”, do everything together. They live together, they produce and perform music together, they travel, date, eat, and even breed Arabian horses together. And on VH1’s “I Love New York” they both fell in love with the same woman. In fact, they made it to the final two and three respectively, and millions of viewers were stunned when New York sent them both home broken-hearted and accepted a wedding proposal from another man.

In each episode, the ladies will compete in challenges designed to test for the qualities Chance and Real are looking for in a woman. The winners will go on dates with their man. At the end of each episode, Chance and Real will pick which of the girls each of them would like to continue to date, and send one woman home broken-hearted.

But, for two men with so much in common, they are really quite different. Chance is a player. He charms the ladies with his boyish enthusiasm and speaks his mind no matter who’s listening. Real is the prince. The gentleman with a soft, romantic side he isn’t afraid to show. What they are looking for in a woman is also quite different, although in the end, they may both want the same girl. In this 11-episode series for VH1, the Stallionaires will get their much deserved, and much anticipated chance to find real love. Fifteen young ladies will move into their Stallionaire ranch house (like the Neverland Ranch

In the final episode, Chance and Real will make the most difficult decision of their lives. With two women vying for each of their hearts, they must decide who they would like to take a Real Chance of Love with, and who’s going home alone. “Real Chance of Love” is the latest addition to the “of Love” franchise for VH1, the most successful franchise in the network’s history. The premiere episode of “I Love New York 1”, from which Chance and Real are known, garnered the most viewers for any series premiere in VH1 history. Since then, “I Love New York 2”, “Flavor of Love 3” and “Rock of Love 1 & 2” have continued to shatter previous records and set new ratings highs for the network. “Real Chance of Love” is most certainly in good company, and will likely be the next monster hit for VH1.


You are trying to attach multiple references.


This poster was made by Minkyoung Kim(b.1983) on October 15, 2013 for the chance assisgnment of the class named Uncreative Design, instructed by Clement Vella, in graphic design department at Rhode Island School of Design. This poster is produced by randomly sellected comments from previous class critiques since 2012.

Chance

For first you write a sentence, And then you chop it small; Then mix the bits and sort them out Just as they chance to fall: The order of the phrases makes no difference at all. -Lewis Carroll: “Poeta fit, non nascitur.� In: Rhyme? and Reason? London: Macmillan, 1883. Reprinted in: The works of Lewis Carroll (Teltham/Middlesex, 1965), p. 804.

How do you generate a composition that will entirely surprise you? That is yours, but for which you could not predict the outcome? This week, you will invent or find a chance procedure that generates interesting compositions. You should bring a minimum of 10 of these compositions to class. Try to bring a range of compositions based on the same chance operation: boring ones, surprising ones, interesting ones, meaningful ones. Consider the source of your chance procedure: does it reveal something about the world you live in? About you? Is chance the same as pure randomness, or does chance relate to the odds of something happening in a given context? Is exploring these odds meaningful? Do chance operations allow the context to imprint itself on your compositions? from the assignment note, http://udf13.cvalla.com/assignments/


The typeface doesn’t fit.


This poster was made by Minkyoung Kim(b.1983) on October 15, 2013 for the chance assisgnment of the class named Uncreative Design, instructed by Clement Vella, in graphic design department at Rhode Island School of Design. This poster is produced by randomly sellected comments from previous class critiques since 2012.

Chance

For first you write a sentence, And then you chop it small; Then mix the bits and sort them out Just as they chance to fall: The order of the phrases makes no difference at all. -Lewis Carroll: “Poeta fit, non nascitur.� In: Rhyme? and Reason? London: Macmillan, 1883. Reprinted in: The works of Lewis Carroll (Teltham/Middlesex, 1965), p. 804.

How do you generate a composition that will entirely surprise you? That is yours, but for which you could not predict the outcome? This week, you will invent or find a chance procedure that generates interesting compositions. You should bring a minimum of 10 of these compositions to class. Try to bring a range of compositions based on the same chance operation: boring ones, surprising ones, interesting ones, meaningful ones. Consider the source of your chance procedure: does it reveal something about the world you live in? About you? Is chance the same as pure randomness, or does chance relate to the odds of something happening in a given context? Is exploring these odds meaningful? Do chance operations allow the context to imprint itself on your compositions? from the assignment note, http://udf13.cvalla.com/assignments/


Historical refences would be good start.


This poster was made by Minkyoung Kim(b.1983) on October 15, 2013 for the chance assisgnment of the class named Uncreative Design, instructed by Clement Vella, in graphic design department at Rhode Island School of Design. This poster is produced by randomly sellected comments from previous class critiques since 2012.

Chance

For first you write a sentence, And then you chop it small; Then mix the bits and sort them out Just as they chance to fall: The order of the phrases makes no difference at all. -Lewis Carroll: “Poeta fit, non nascitur.� In: Rhyme? and Reason? London: Macmillan, 1883. Reprinted in: The works of Lewis Carroll (Teltham/Middlesex, 1965), p. 804.

How do you generate a composition that will entirely surprise you? That is yours, but for which you could not predict the outcome? This week, you will invent or find a chance procedure that generates interesting compositions. You should bring a minimum of 10 of these compositions to class. Try to bring a range of compositions based on the same chance operation: boring ones, surprising ones, interesting ones, meaningful ones. Consider the source of your chance procedure: does it reveal something about the world you live in? About you? Is chance the same as pure randomness, or does chance relate to the odds of something happening in a given context? Is exploring these odds meaningful? Do chance operations allow the context to imprint itself on your compositions? from the assignment note, http://udf13.cvalla.com/assignments/

3 stoppages ĂŠtalon (3 Standard Stoppages), Marcel Duchamp, 1913-14, replica 1964


Too vague, use a different reference.


This poster was made by Minkyoung Kim(b.1983) on October 15, 2013 for the chance assisgnment of the class named Uncreative Design, instructed by Clement Vella, in graphic design department at Rhode Island School of Design. This poster is produced by randomly sellected comments from previous class critiques since 2012.

Chance

For first you write a sentence, And then you chop it small; Then mix the bits and sort them out Just as they chance to fall: The order of the phrases makes no difference at all. -Lewis Carroll: “Poeta fit, non nascitur.� In: Rhyme? and Reason? London: Macmillan, 1883. Reprinted in: The works of Lewis Carroll (Teltham/Middlesex, 1965), p. 804.

How do you generate a composition that will entirely surprise you? That is yours, but for which you could not predict the outcome? This week, you will invent or find a chance procedure that generates interesting compositions. You should bring a minimum of 10 of these compositions to class. Try to bring a range of compositions based on the same chance operation: boring ones, surprising ones, interesting ones, meaningful ones. Consider the source of your chance procedure: does it reveal something about the world you live in? About you? Is chance the same as pure randomness, or does chance relate to the odds of something happening in a given context? Is exploring these odds meaningful? Do chance operations allow the context to imprint itself on your compositions? from the assignment note, http://udf13.cvalla.com/assignments/

JACKSON POLLOCK, photographyed by Kellie Gannon


The subject looks too Korean, nobody will understand it.


This poster was made by a designer (b.1983) on October 15, 2013 for the chance assisgnment of the class named Uncreative Design, instructed by Clement Vella, in graphic design department at Rhode Island School of Design. This poster is produced by randomly sellected comments from previous class critiques since 2012.

Chance

For first you write a sentence, And then you chop it small; Then mix the bits and sort them out Just as they chance to fall: The order of the phrases makes no difference at all. -Lewis Carroll: “Poeta fit, non nascitur.� In: Rhyme? and Reason? London: Macmillan, 1883. Reprinted in: The works of Lewis Carroll (Teltham/Middlesex, 1965), p. 804.

How do you generate a composition that will entirely surprise you? That is yours, but for which you could not predict the outcome? This week, you will invent or find a chance procedure that generates interesting compositions. You should bring a minimum of 10 of these compositions to class. Try to bring a range of compositions based on the same chance operation: boring ones, surprising ones, interesting ones, meaningful ones. Consider the source of your chance procedure: does it reveal something about the world you live in? About you? Is chance the same as pure randomness, or does chance relate to the odds of something happening in a given context? Is exploring these odds meaningful? Do chance operations allow the context to imprint itself on your compositions? from the assignment note, http://udf13.cvalla.com/assignments/

JACKSON POLLOCK, photographyed by Kellie Gannon


Make an open ending.


Chance!!, Minkyoung Kim, 2013