Jul 07, 2022
In General Discussion
Fusion of space concept and graphic art Definition of graphic design: generally refers to artistic and professional, with "vision" as a way of communication and expression. A visual representation of an idea or message that combines colors, symbols, pictures, and words. With the ever-changing aesthetic methods of people, other forms of visual expression of art have also entered into graphic design, and the boundaries between graphic design and modern art have become blurred, making its expressiveness, artistic appeal and experimentation better. show. In terms of the richness of creative means, graphic design draws on modern art in many forms. The wayfinding system designed by German designer Image Manipulation Service Axel Peemöeller for the underground parking lot of Eureka Building in Melbourne has changed the visual experience. He uses graphics to express the vision in the space. While looking for the exit, the viewer is also looking for the plane graphics. Integrity in space. In this process, two visual experiences are produced: people and space (three-dimensional), and people and plane (two-dimensional). Cognitive two experiences in one space, strengthen the function and interest of the guide. The experience of space is often more contagious than the vision of the plane, just as we have very different feelings for a scenic photo and the scene in person. (2) The "time" element in creation Graphic design works in the early 20th century, in the process of output operation, such as inaccurate version matching, blurred text and graphics printing, there will be errors and changes, but in modern industrial production, each piece is exactly the same. In the early stage of graphic design development or under the condition of underdeveloped technology, this kind of random and uncontrollable error makes the design work have a vigor and active atmosphere, brings the taste of time, and seems to have changes. The InkCalendar (ink monthly calendar) designed by London-based designer Oscar Diaz, the monthly calendar is cut from paper with good ink absorption, and uses different color inks to distinguish each different month, for example.