It’s really interesting to think about Taylor Swift and the future of music as belonging to online streaming because Taylor made her albums iconic using the physical album format. She uses the album booklet to hide secret messages and to tell a story through the prologue. She had specific body parts on her physical CDs and used a specific font for her name. She wrote her first prologues in her own handwriting for the booklets. She put collectible polaroids in her album case and had entire photoshoots to make lithographs for every other song in her album booklets. She documented making 1989 with polaroids and put the polaroid of her studio sessions next to the song it was for. Each album booklet, CD cover, and all album art follows a specific theme derived from the story of the album’s songs. A Taylor Swift album belongs in the physical form.
Summer of 1983, Northern Italy. An American-Italian is enamored by an American student who comes to study and live with his family. Together they share an unforgettable summer full of music, food, and romance that will forever change them.
I didn’t know what to add for the subtitles. I thought of scandal magazines and then thought on how much I want to sue Jin for offending me with his looks and vocals. Please don’t take the subtitles seriously. I’m… not sure where I was going with his concept. I just wanted to attempt a veil. Aha…………
First part of the guide is here!! And this will be all about styles. But first, what exactly are styles? According to the MS Word description.
“A style is a set of formatting characteristics, such as font name, size,
colour, paragraph alignment and spacing. Some styles even include
borders and shading.”
In plain English, they are a bunch of programmed formats for text. So, instead of going paragraph by paragraph, an setting, font, size, alignment, spacing, and so on; you just click and the text is done.
Besides the convenience of using them, and the benefits of a great look,
they give your document consistence and that makes it easier an more
pleasant to read. Also, they help you navigate your document, which
comes handy when you have a lot of pages.
With that said, the guide is on!! But below the cut, because I am conscious of people’s dashboards and my own.
Note: I’ve just hit my first 100 followers! And I wanted to thank everyone, for helping me reach this first milestone. I hope to be able to keep contributing to this lovely community. Thanks!