GDPE diagrams lines 03

A line is classically defined as the a connection between two points. I say "classically" because that is the way that classic geometry texts – specifically Euclid’s Thirteen Books of the Elements – defined it. But it’s also other things: lines can be curvy or wavy; they can be jagged and rough; they can demarcate a border between things, thereby separating them. But they can also connect things together. They can imply movement, draw our attention to things, or obscure things. Lines can be angry, sad, mysterious, direct, or implied by the alignment of other elements (a.k.a. implied).