Name: Professor: Course: Date: The Relationship between Art and History Introduction Graphic design is the art of selecting and arranging different visual elements such as images symbols colors or typography so as to communicate to target audience. Graphic design is also defined as the art of visual communication as it emphasizes on giving form to existing information. Designers combine visual and verbal elements to provide something that can be seen and understood by the respective audience without difficulty. Consequently the whole thing of graphic design means that graphic design process is simply a collaborative process where writers come up with words and photographers on the other hand produce images that are later combined to form a complete visual communication framework. Since the 19th-century graphic design has been a growing discipline due to technological innovation changing social needs and culture. Graphic design existed even before the 19 the century but creating artistic work have been technology and change in culture. Over time the society has been implementing and improving technology to fit the changing social needs and culture. Conclusion In conclusion technology has been the centre stage of current changes in graphic design. The change however is not going to end anytime soon as more changes are expected in years to come. With the current improvement of the already improved technology means that future expectation about graphic design is more promising to artists and various users of graphic design. Work Cited Barnard Malcolm. Graphic design as communication. Routledge 2013: 29-68 Meggs Phillip B. "Graphic Design | Art". Encyclopedia Britannica. N.p. 2015. Web. 26 Sept. 2016. Sparke Penny. An introduction to design and culture: 1900 to the present. Routledge 2013: 54-100 Viegas Patrícia. "Kapa magazine 1990–1993: A survey on postmodern graphic design and appropriation." Blucher Design Proceedings 1.5 (2014): 265-271. [...]
As part of your final project, in Week 2, you are required to analyze the relation between art and history. Your analysis document should be three to four pages in length and respond to the following: The key historical and developmental events of your discipline Graphic design in light of Modernism or Postmodernism. How different was your discipline 10 or 20 years back? Highlight the significant events that influenced the style and design of creating artistic works in your discipline. The current trends in your discipline. Highlight the attributes that are causing these changes. The future trends of your discipline. Highlight the factors that can influence the future course of development of your discipline. 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 W2_A2_Lovely_Melisa.doc. Submit the document to the Dropbox by Sunday, September 25, 2016.