Art Deco

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  • Art Nouveau Vs Art Deco

    Art deco’s elements are applied in the modern popular architecture and furniture The World War 1 is occurred between the Art Nouveau and the Art Deco. Both of two movements affected by the World War 1. They are two different style. The big difference of them is Art Nouveau is asymmetric while Art Deco is geometric. Both of two movements has affected our architecture and furniture, but for the effectiveness of the modern popular architecture and furniture, the role of Art Deco is bigger than Art Nouveau. It is because we can find out many art deco elements in our modern popular architecture and furniture. For the instance, the architecture’s form is geometric and has the clean lines and most furniture are symmetric. Art Nouveau starts from…

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  • Art Nouveau And Art Deco: A Comparative Analysis

    Art Nouveau (1890 – 1910) and Art Deco (1925-40) are two major graphic design art styles, during which combined many art forms in a new and enhanced way creating distinct themes. During these periods there were artists that employed each style reflecting, on how artist ideas and values had progressed. This essay compares and contrast these two art styles through the historical aspects of how these styles came into existence, the many cultural aspects and beliefs that helped create some of the…

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  • Art Deco

    This style influenced the decorative arts, architecture, interior design, and industrial design as well as the visual arts, fashion, painting, graphic arts, and cinema. It was a mixture of many styles and movements such as constructivism, cubism, bauhaus, art nouveau, and modernism. Although many movements had established roots in architecture, the Art Deco was purely decorative. It was seen as elegant, functional, and ultra modern. The buildings, sculptures, and furniture are geometrical.…

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  • The Importance Of Art Deco

    Introduction Art Deco seems to be catered to the rich and upper class. Is Art Deco accessible only to the rich? Do the middle and lower classes get to enjoy Art Deco as well? Summary Even though a small percentage of the middle class may get to enjoy Art Deco, it is largely catered to the upper class. The upper-class status is commonly referred to the social position of one's family and not from one's own achievements or wealth. Before I derived from this observation, I’ve referenced from a…

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  • Dream House Ideas

    Ideas and inspirations for houses “If I were asked to say what is at once the most important production of art and the thing most to be longed for; I should answer, a beautiful house …” There aren’t many who would disagree with 19th century’s most eminent designer and novelist William Morris. Over the years, the family houses have changed a lot. New artistic influences and technological developments have left their marks on home architecture. But these evolutions have little or no impact on…

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  • Chrysler Building In The 1920s

    Alen was forced to drop out of public school to support his mother and younger sister. At the age of sixteen, he started a job as an office boy for an architect and developer names Clatence True (Bascomb, 2003, pp. 33-34). This triggered a spark of interest in Van Alen and he wanted to continue and further his education in architecture. He attended Pratt Institute in Brooklyn for a short while until he left to go study “at an atelier run by Emmanuel Masqueray, a Frenchman and one of the founders…

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  • Donald Trump's Dream Project: The Art Deco

    One of Donald Trump’s dream projects was to erect the Trump Tower. He bought the land which was the site of the Bonwit Teller store, an architecturally renowned building which had catered to fashionable women since 1929. The Bonwit’s twelve story façade was embellished with a pair of stunning bas-relief panels which often reflected itself as the priceless examples of the Art Deco era. The Art Deco style was characterised by excess ornamental design, smooth lines, geometric shapes, streamlined…

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  • Paramount Theater Analysis

    amazing in this Paramount theater production is perfect for the holidays and fun for all ages is more than I thought it would be never would I imagined a theater production like this would of have made me want to come back and see more. Ariel and sebastian and the entire underwater world came to life as they embark on a quest for Ariel love. The best part was the full- orquesta oh it was amazing it wen perfectly with the production I never would 've expected this type of performance. If I would…

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  • John Milton Glaser's Push Pin

    Milton Glaser was born in New York City in 1929. He studied at Cooper Union from 1948 to 1951 and continued his education at the Academy of Fine Arts of Bologna. In 1954 along with fellows Edward Sorel, Seymour Chwast, and Reynold Ruffins, he co-founded Push Pin Studios. The new approach to philosophy and personal view of the Push Pin Studio artists created a worldwide stir in design. The Push Pin studio of illustration and graphic design was an alternative to the narrative illustration of the…

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  • Analysis Of A Museum Of Fashion Is More Than A Clothes Bag

    apply traditional Japanese patterns and works of world-famous artists like Paul Cox, Lisa Larson as well as fine designs in producing washi masking tapes (Brand-Factory, 2015). Especially in these years, some exhibitions were held in Tokyo, Seoul and Beijing to let MT consumers have a more in-depth understanding about diverse printing patterns. Actually, according to Marnie (2006, p9), “The 1960s heralded the golden age of print in fashion”. In this definition, this hit owing to the increasing…

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