Behind every great idea exist simple lines.
The Simplicity of Lines
A line begins with a point or dot that is extended to form curve, zig zag, and straight directions. They come together to form singular objects, many, or are used to define perspective placement. Lines do not exist in reality they are formed when colors and objects are next to each other, yet a line does appear to exist where the outter form of an object is ajacent to another and within its surroundings.