Modern Graphic Design In The Age Of Digital Art Graphic Design Trends Can Disappear As Quickly As They Began Has Been Modern For The Past Few Years May Look
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The diversity of opinion reflects the fact that some see as a product of graphic design and all other graphical demonstration only those that arise as a result of the application of a model of industrial production those visual manifestations that have been "projected" contemplating needs of different types: productive symbolic ergonomic contextual etc. Background A page from the Book of Kells: Folio 114 with decorated text contains the Tunc dicit illis. An example of art and page layout of the Middle Ages. The Book of Kells - A Bible handwritten richly illustrated by Irish monks in the ninth century CE-is for some a very beautiful and early example of graphic design concept. It is a graphic demonstration of great artistic value high quality and that even a model for learning to design-for even surpasses in quality to many of the current-editorial productions and also from a functional point of view contemporary This graphic piece responds to all needs presented the team of people who made it however others believe that it would be graphic design product because they understand that their design is not adjusted to the idea of current graphic design project.
Their work initially ranged from greetings cards business cards social stationary letterheads and envelopes then progressed to brochures and folders. The work was mainly limited to newspaper advertising which relied predominantly on the offset printing method. We shouldnt forget the air brush technology that provided designers with the use of graded colours achieving three dimensional effects for some designs although the number of people using this was limited. From 1980-87 design was performed by specialists in Plastic Arts and Architecture as well as the first graduates of the college of arts at Yarmuok University and similar institutions. By the end of the eighties the computer Linotype was used as a publishing tool by newspapers to prepare text for layout and paste it on the required pages next to advertising.
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Another important element in relation to professional practice was the increasing use of visual form as communication element. This item appeared mostly in the designs produced by the Dada and De Stijl. The symbol of modern typography is the sans serif font or serif inspired by industrial types of the late nineteenth century. Highlights include Edward Johnston author of the font for the London Underground and Eric Gill. Design Schools Jan Tschichold embodied the principles of modern typography in his 1928 book New Typography. He later repudiated the philosophy presented in this book calling it fascist but remained very influential. Herbert Bayer who dirigó from 1925-1928 the typography and advertising workshop at the Bauhaus created the conditions for a new profession: the graphic designer.