The form stands tall and grounded. It is bold in its nature and subtle in its loom. Each surface moves the eye up a vertical axis in various speeds depending on how drastic the angle and visual weight of the surface is.
Chip-board models help analyze the axial movement of the form through its negative spaces.
A dominant cut axis moves from the ground, whilst the above axis acts as the subordinate. This play with the hierarchy within the form further emphasizes the transitions between planes. The negative spaces bend and manipulate the axis of the cylindrical form in order to create movement.
The axis of each surface and plane shift and move throughout the form. This is a form with non-parallels in the concave and convex surfaces.