Graphic design history. A visual solution to an editorial problem. A revolution: movable type. Gutenberg’s Bible revolutionized communication, 1450. Advertising exploded after Civil War. “Patent” medicine advertised heavily. Halftones made direct printing possible.
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A visual solution to an editorial problem.
Gutenberg’s Bible revolutionized communication, 1450.
“Patent” medicine advertised heavily.
Invention of 1880s turned continuous tones into dots.
Art Nouveau began in France, associated with posters.
Jules Chéret is considered the “father of the modern poster.”
The curvaceous figures of art nouveau influenced publication design and brought more art into publication design.
Realism was questioned: what is art?
Psychological research questioned what we see.
Bauhaus movement tried to simplify.
Extremely common typefaces, such as helveticafrom Switzerland, are based on these concepts.
What does “form follows function” mean to you?
Art deco, with its angular forms, influenced contemporary graphic arts for its crisp, industrial look.
Computer-generated design made it easy to overlap and mix images and parts of images, commonly used in today’s design.