Category A: Formal change to the icon
Repetition ornamental (the effect is primarily decorative; pattern).
A three-dimensional version. (In this case the folder containing the whole series employs a dimensional shift by breaking image components into separate planes. Print and fold.)
Category B: Icon influenced by something else
B1 Influence by music. Rhythmic lines or other
B2 Transformation to reflect the meaning of an applied action word related to your icon. Do any of your verbs apply?
Category C: Icon combined with something else
C9 Integrated with a word or number.
C11 A free collage reflecting use of the icon.
Category D: Icon as a metaphor for something else
D1 As a metaphor for a human boy part: combined with analogous or contrasting other parts. Because the hand icon is itself a body part, the student has used it as a fig leaf surrogate against a human torso. An interesting example from another series based on a feathered headdress suggests a dancer through slight augmentation and radical change of orientation.
Category E: Other expansions
E1 A kinetic sequence. (A kinetic event can take place in one frame or in multiple frames. Think dilation but it is not the only way.) (You may modify the size of your square if needed.)
E2 The icon as a base for a path or a diagram showing information related to it.
F1 Your choice. Optional other versions discovered in the process and remaining 14 to complete 50 studies. Think of all of the processes we explored during the entire semester. How else can you influence and create meaning in surprising ways?