We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Modified over 4 years ago
A VISUAL SOLUTION TO AN EDITORIAL PROBLEM. Graphic design history
A revolution: movable type Gutenberg’s Bible revolutionized communication, 1450.
Advertising exploded after Civil War “Patent” medicine advertised heavily.
Halftones made direct printing possible Invention of 1880s turned continuous tones into dots.
Posters were important by 20 th century Art Nouveau began in France, associated with posters. Jules Chéret is considered the “father of the modern poster.”
Art nouveau influenced graphic arts The curvaceous figures of art nouveau influenced publication design and brought more art into publication design.
Last century questioned everything Realism was questioned: what is art?
Gestalt questions vision Psychological research questioned what we see. Bauhaus movement tried to simplify. Bauhaus
Bauhaus: form follows function Extremely common typefaces, such as helvetica from Switzerland, are based on these concepts. What does “form follows function” mean to you?
Art deco grew out of cubism Art deco, with its angular forms, influenced contemporary graphic arts for its crisp, industrial look.
Today: overlap and intertwine Computer-generated design made it easy to overlap and mix images and parts of images, commonly used in today’s design.
What is Modern Art?.
Roots Graphic Design Roots.
What Did the 1950’s Ever do for us !. New labour saving devices Revolutionize the home.
Graphic Design Graphic Design is the art of communicating messages with images (pictures) and lettering (words). You see graphic designs in books, magazines,
Icons of Modernism in American Illustration and advertising Paul Rand Saul Bass Ivan Chermayeff.
SM2222: Information Design and Visualization Session 3: Typography 23 September 2005.
Art & Tech HS global history JEOPARDY JEOPARDY click here to PLAY Created by Lynne M. Bailey for educational use only.Lynne M. Bailey click here to PLAY.
Edited by Bob Griffin A Brief Overview of the History of Branding.
Anikó Katona: Posters and postcards – Digitizing in the Collection of Small Prints.
HISTORY OF TYPE Before there were letters there were pictures. The first type message that we find in history was a series of pictures that told.
Famous graphic designers, typographers and creatives Visual Art 8 th grade.
HISTORY DESIGN VictorianArt Nouveau Early ModernExpressionism Futurism Constructivism Bauhaus Art Deco DadaLate Modern American PunkDigital New Simplicity.
1700s to Present Day. This artistic movement took place in the 17 th and early 18 th century. A typical characteristic is that the subjects come out.
A VISUAL SOLUTION TO AN EDITORIAL PROBLEM. Graphic design history.
With the advances of technology Began to break through at the end of 19 th century Covered many creative disciplines from design and art to influence.
Design in Context
Design through the Ages Unit 1 Outcome 3. Our ancestors who drew on cave walls, often depicting hunting scenes. The first known use of graphic symbols.
Who wants to be a graphic designer?. Rules of the game A panel of 4 contestants is on stage. Contestants receive questions in order. If you miss a question,
History of Posters advertisers (particularly of events, musicians and films) advertisers Propagandists Propagandists protestors protestors other.
© 2019 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.