If we extend the edges of the letterforms along the axis we are able to perceive dimensions and depth. Carefully observe the people in (Fig 5.1). Some of them appear hiding behind an invisible vertical face of the form “v “which is white. One can use this principle to an advantage to explore other letterforms in that space.
We have seen explorations of the symbols on different faces. In this exercise you will have to study the mapping of your symbol (which you created in the last assignment) not only on cubes (Fig 5.2) but on varied 3D forms (may be cylinders or spheres). Once you have mapped them delete the 3D form in an image editing software. See (Fig 5.3) for reference.
The aim in the explorations will not be mapping the sticker randomly in 3D software, but to learn to see a shape from all possible angles or viewpoints. To find out how an image, just by the way it is mapped creates perception of depth and gives it dimensions when the original form is deleted. The importance of it still being readable should be given priority while execution.