Lynda.com - Foundations of Graphic Design History | 1.70 GB
Beginning in the Victorian age, Sean explores the need for design in Industrial age advertising, the use of graphic design as propaganda during the two world wars, and the rise of the massively influential Bauhaus school. He sheds light on the development of poster, film-title, magazine, and album-cover design; the changing relationship between design and typography; and graphic design's role in various art movements, ranging from Art Nouveau to new wave. Get started with Foundations of Graphic Design History and discover the power of imagery.
Why study graphic design history?
The Arts and Crafts movement
The Soviet Revolution
The great age of posters
The rise of the corporate identity
Exploring the fused metaphor and the "big idea"
Reviewing Swiss typography
The West Coast shift
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