“Eyes are the window to the soul”. We are able to see people’s emotion through their eyes. Eyes’ expression is one of the most obvious behaviors that people effectively use in the conversation. According to Kory Floyd, people use nonverbal communication
and decoding. By the right brain hemisphere, decoding is about facial expressions and emotion. The eyes’ expression is able to encode message accurately and efficiently. Most of time, people can successfully recognize a small set of eye’s emotions, such as anger, disgust, fear, happiness, sadness, and surprise. Your eyes show your inner feeling and expression.
In our poster, our idea is Typology. A typology is a systematic classification of types that have characteristics or traits in common. Produce a set of 7 or more images that explore a visual typology of your choice. We will be focusing on intentional in composition and exercise technical control by using a consistent aesthetic and approach (lighting, depth of field, color, etc) throughout the series.
In our poster, we will use five photos of homeless’ eyes as the major elements. Viewers can feel their emotions when they look at our poster, and thus self-reflect on homelessness issue and relate themselves to the event.