Sunday, September 25, 2011


This is my example of Intertextuality in the form of a faux magazine cover for Dragon integration into society. As a 'layer of interpretation' in visual imagery, Intertextuality is the same idea represented in different forms in different contexts.

Dragons have had numerous representations throughout various time periods and civilizations as well as various media. For topicality, immigration seemed to loosely fit, but I tried to give it a humorous spin ;D

1 comment:

  1. I really like how you used the blending tools to connect the black and white part of the dragon to the inside filled with colored dragons. Also, I like how you made the dragon pop by making the background very light. It contrasts very well.