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Dots, placed at decreasing intervals, form a visual line.

A horizontal line is stable. The two ends emphasize its direction.

The strongest contrast to a horizontal line is a vertical line, A vertical line unlike a horizontal line is unstable. It’s quality seems to be directed by gravity.

Depending on the angle, a slanted line is more or less unstable.

This information is originated from the Typography: Macro and Microaesthetics by Willi Kunz in part.
It’s strongly recommended that if you will read a Typography: Macro and Microaesthetics thoroughly, you are able to understand with this information on a more than superficial level.




このコンテンツはTypography: Macro and Microaesthetics by Willi Kunzから一部引用したものです。
次のことをお勧めします、もしあなたがTypography: Macro and Microaestheticsを熟読すると、このコンテンツを表面的なレベルより深く理解することができます。



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