Vis Com iii, Screen Based

This Visual Communication has the same underlying principles of the first but its main focus is on our screen based studies. its basically three 'I's still but they are now in RGB colours, not CMYK. I thought the best way to show this fact was to make a spectrum of colour by merging them together. Obviously, when all three are combined they create white. 
The way I have shown this is by altering the transparency of each 'i' so they blend when overlapped, but, in the places they merge, I have changed their colour combination as if it were on screen.
SO... when the red and green 'i's merge, they create yellow,
when the green and blue 'i's merge, they create turquoise and
when the three combine, they produce white!

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