The World Around You - Part III
Paragraph was an easy choice - I love taking photographs of The Elements of Typographic Style
Div had me puzzled for a bit but I decided on bricks because div’s really are just generic building blocks.
I had an old Times Educational Supplement at hand and I snapped an article from one of the pages.
I just took delivery a new Noam Chomsky book last week, thought I’d use this as it does have a very clear header
Nav did have me puzzled for a few mins and then I though aha - Motorway signs! Eureka
Thanks to Gary D for the photo
The bottom sole of a shoe makes for a good example of a footer I think.
So I took a bit of artistic license in this one. I drew a speech bubble coming from our cat, he’s demanding fish.
Ordered lists, my old friend. Last time I used a sketch of a bus stop, and there was a big reply of people informing me that people ( mostly from London I have to say ) were not ordered, but rather very unordered. So Instead I’ve opted for a load of geese flying in formation. Thanks to Neptune Canada for the photo
Just a random selection of DVD’s from my collection.
Definition lists are tricky, I very rarely use them because I end up either breaking them down into heading tags and paragraphs or breaking them into lists. Not deterred I attacked my DVD collection and came up with this. That’ll do nicely.
Span’s are really tricky because they’re the inline equivalent of a div - totally generic. I had an idea to use use some tape in a sentence of text, but I didn’t have any tape. I opted for a highlighter instead.
I think I should have tried a little bit harder with this one, but it’s just too obvious. The time tag is for dates and times and I just couldn’t resist myself.