Name: Professor: Course: Date: Theory Meets Practice I: Art and Form Introduction Graphic design has only been in existence less than a century ago and therefore appropriate to argue that graphic design is an absolute product of modernization. In graphic design it makes more sense to define that a graphic designer is any person who combines structural orders and visual forms so as to communicate through print. However with the current advancement in technology graphic design is no longer limited to print. Whenever one sees a text and image it becomes important to realize that to have such there must have been an organization of visuals (Meggs and Alston 269. Technology has greatly improved the graphic design a great deal because if one had a close look at the visual communication before 19th and after 19th century there is a big noticeable difference. The reason being the beginning of had an impact on the course of graphic design since this type of invention influenced further experiments that gave room to modern art. Even though the idea of cubism was born in France it had greater influence outside borders there after only that it emerged in different names. For instance it was called futurism in Italy and Expressionism in Germany. It has had significant influence since then to date in graphic design especially the 20th century when it has prevailed as the most appropriate mode of expression in art. Work Cited "Cubism - The First Abstract Style Of Modern Art". Artyfactory.com. N.p. 2016. Web. 17 Sept. 2016. Martin Richard Harrison. Cubism and fashion. Metropolitan Museum of Art 1998 128-139. Meggs Philip B. and Alston W. Purvis. Meggs' history of graphic design. John Wiley & Sons 2016 pp 269-300. "Modernism And Graphic Design". Cross-Section. N.p. 2009. Web. 17 Sept. 2016. [...]
Theory Meets Practice I: Art and Form As part of your final project, in Week 1, you are required to analyze the relation between art and form. Create a three- to four-page analysis document to: Determine how any one of the following artistic movements has influenced your discipline (Graphic Design): Realism Impressionism Post-Impressionism Expressionism Cubism Abstract Dada Surrealism Analyze and explain with examples the aesthetic qualities of your chosen artistic movement that have influenced the development of the artistic design and style of the creative products in your discipline (Graphic Design). In terms of the forms of artistic works, highlight, with examples, links and deviations between your chosen artistic movement and your discipline, if any. Your paper should be supported with authoritative proof and citations from text readings or other outside research. Follow MLA standards for writing the paper and citing sources. Create the analysis paper in Microsoft Word and save it as W1_A3_Lovely_Melisa.doc. Submit the document to the Dropbox by Saturday, September 17, 2016.