Yasmin Pessoa

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A multi-part project including poster design and 3d illustration.

Morphology, in linguistics, refers to the forms and structure of words in language. For the first part of this project, I created three posters, with each one highlighting and approaching language structure from a different perspective.

For the second part of the project, I interpreted morphology in its most general interpretation, which describes the forms of things—anything, not just words. I modeled and rendered three images in Blender, then post-processed them.

Lastly, I composited images from the previous steps together, creating a pair of posters that emphasize morphology in its two interpretations.

using English and Japanese to show contrast in types of sentence structure. the Japanese text reads, "it's easy, it's intuitive." while sentences in English generally follow a subject-verb-object order, Japanese places verbs at the ends of sentences, with verb objects coming before them.
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part one: posters

using English and Japanese to show contrast in types of sentence structure. the Japanese text reads, "it's easy, it's intuitive." while sentences in English generally follow a subject-verb-object order, Japanese places verbs at the ends of sentences, with verb objects coming before them.

using Portuguese to highlight the complexity of verb conjugations. compared to many other languages, including English and Japanese, Portuguese has a great amount of different verb forms.
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part one: posters

using Portuguese to highlight the complexity of verb conjugations. compared to many other languages, including English and Japanese, Portuguese has a great amount of different verb forms.

breaking the word "mellifluous" into its syllables.
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part one: posters

breaking the word "mellifluous" into its syllables.

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part two: 3d

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part two: 3d

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part two: 3d

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part three: composite posters

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part three: composite posters