Circles have no beginning or end. They represent the eternal whole. Circles are used to suggest familiar objectssuch as wheels, balls, many kinds of fruit. They suggested well-roundedness and completeness.
Right: Bonnie Young Turtle Neck Top / Left: Anais & I
Violet Knobel & Aileen Velez
Squares are stable, familiar, and trusted shapes that suggest honesty. They have right angles and represent order, mathematics, rationality, and formality. Squares and rectangles suggest conformity, peacefulness, solidity, security, and equality.
Left: Bonnie Young / Right: Bonnie Young
Triangles represent dynamic tension and action. Triangles have balanced energy and power symbolic of law and science. Triangles can direct movement based which way they point. They can be used to suggest familiar themes like pyramids, arrows and, pennants.
Left: Bonnie Young/ Right: Bonnie Young
Geometric story taken backstage at petitePARADE by Lee Clower for La Petite Magazine.