• The Bauhaus
    BEYOND THE BAUHAUS Introduction Originated in 1919 by architect Walter Gropius, the Bauhaus encompassed the school of Crafts, the school of Arts and remains today as being one of the utmost distinguished disciplines of fine arts. Unlike any other establishment, the Bauhaus exemplifies German modernism...
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  • Modernism in Paul Rand
    explanation includes the different movements related to art in the Europe, initiating from the end of the 19th century till the beginning of 20th century (Design History Mashup, Philip S. , 2008). These latest European movements developed to reject the conventional arts of the previous times. The public, who...
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  • Is Bauhaus in the Doghouse
    The Bauhaus was founded in 1919 in the German city of Weimar by architect Walter Gropius (1883–1969). Its core objective was a radical concept: to re-imagine the material world to reflect the unity of all the arts. Gropius explained this vision for a union of art and design in the Proclamation of the...
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  • Business Strategy
    Concept of NPD Improving and updating products is crucial for the success of any organization, therefore the process of NPD is crucial within any organization. NPD is a broad field of endeavour’s dealing with the design, creation and marketing of new products. This discipline is focused on developing...
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  • Bauhaus: Influences on Photography and Architecture
    History of Photography Final Research Project Bauhaus: Influences on Photography and Architecture After the defeat in the First World War and the fall of the German monarchy, Germany faced darkness and lost hope in the future. Walter Gropius, a German architect, who served in the...
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  • Bauhaus History of Design
    The Bauhaus was the first model of the modern art school. The Bauhaus curriculum combined theoretic education and practical training in the educational workshops. It drew inspiration from the ideals of the revolutionary art movements and design experiments of the early 20th century. A woodcut (shown...
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  • Visual
    was a fervent supporter of employing a large variety of techniques such as typography, painting, collage, photography, media promotion, advertising design and montage to create a combination of elements to produce a distinctive modern visual image, such as poster, book, magazine cover, artwork, with a...
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  • The Cyclical Politics of Graphic Design
    this essay will explore graphic design’s evolution and the politics that affected this growing art movement during this influential timeline. Graphic design set its first roots in Germany in 1455 with the introduction of the Blackletter typeface and Johannes Gutenberg’s Gutenberg Bible. Coined as the godfather...
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  • Corporate Identity
    distinguishes the difference between one corporation to an other and also attracts the clients to gain good quality and reliability in the products. In fact logos now a days are the visual identifiers of corporations. They became corporate identities by communicating brands and unifying messages. The use of symbols...
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  • Addiction
    "Design philosophy" is simply someone's philosophy on design: what they are trying to accomplish with design, and, more importantly, what one thinks design should accomplish. Basically, it's someone's way of spelling out exactly what they think the purpose of design is, what it's role is in the process...
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  • Meggs Study Guide
    Study Guide to Accompany Meggs’ History of Graphic Design Fourth Edition Prepared by Susan Merritt Professor and Head of Graphic Design School of Art, Design, and Art History San Diego State University (SDSU) With assistance from Chris McCampbell and Jenny Yoshida John Wiley & Sons, Inc. i ...
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  • Bachelor
    3 Design For Need & Sustainable Design Conventions of Social Representation Meaning! Semiotics in Visual Communication Functionalism in Typography for Printed Matter or Digital Format Culture, Space & Place New Media and its Impact on Design Media, Truth & Perceptions:...
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  • Graphic Design - Influences 1920s
    Design Influences 1920s The economic glory days of the 1920s is renowned for its luxury items and art movements but was this just for an elitist sect to the decade known as the golden era? The 'roaring twenties' was a period of striking change and social upheaval. The period was of dramatic...
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  • Typography & Typeface Design
    INTRODUCTION Design is everywhere. It may be a bit of cliché, but it is definitely true. We live in an age of mass consumption and mass communication, and everywhere we look we can find examples of design. As an industrial design student I, naturally, tend to focus at product design, but there are...
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  • Final Review
    expressive edges and lettering, and vibrant contrasting colors. Rietburg Museum Theo Ballmar Dessau Bauhaus Applied De Stijl principles to graphic design Using arithmetic grid of horizontal and vertical alignmenta Buro Max Bill Formulated Art...
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  • Streamlining Apllied to Static Consumer Products
    modern design to the American consumer” In order to back up this statement I will be discussing how streamlining came about, referring to the time period, how a hunger was created for it and what qualities the design principles obtained in order to became so successful and influence future design. I will...
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  • Visual Literacy in Business/Cgd 218
    The Apple Logo/Visual Identity CGD 218/Visual Literacy in Business February 9, 2009 Apple, Inc. has revolutionized personal computing since its founding in 1976 by Steve Jobs, Ronald Wayne and Steve Wozniak. For more than 30 years, Apple, Inc. has introduced groundbreaking products and...
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  • Formal Analysis of Bauhaus
    Bauhaus is a German school of design established in Weimar in 1919 by Walter Gropius. Its aim was to bring people working in architecture, modern technology, and the decorative arts together to learn from one another. Realizing that mass production had to be the precondition of successful design in the...
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  • Future Design
    future of interface design, through a child’s eyes Hayes Raffle Tangible Media Group MIT Media Lab 77 Massachusetts Ave. Cambridge, MA 02139, USA hayes@media.mit.edu Abstract One way to try to predict the future of UI design is to look at the new ways children are doing design today. There is strong...
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  • Bauhaus School
    Das Bauhaus Jeremy Hart German Civilization 2320 Professors Cook, Kopp, and Prager March 6, 2013 The Bauhaus, a revolutionary school of art and craft founded by Walter Gropius in 1919, stands today as an important influence on postmodern art and architecture. It is also the namesake...
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