Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Spatial Hierarchy

This image expresses spatial hierarchy by attracting the viewers eye to one location. The viewer's eye is immediately drawn down the lines of the railroad track. You can't actually see what the track ends at, which is one of the interesting aspects of this picture. At the begining of the track you can see clear detail of the railroad track (the individual boards inbetween the rails), and as your eyes move down the picture the amount of detail that is able to be seen decreases.

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