WASHers (Hannah, Ollie, Alexandra, Dante, [a little extra help from table 1, Wendy], Katie, and David) become human dots comps translating a really traditional foundations project in which they learn to use 2D space using Gestalt perception principles. For me personally, it is the human element that becomes significant in these works (plus a bit of humor). I think they put Abercrombie & Fitch’s pouty sullen teen idols in-heat to shame with WASHer humor and mockery! And normal kids are far more beautiful than a plastic perfection addiction.
These images are from Katy’s course blog.0