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Chapter 13 Lecture

  1. 1. CHAPTER 13 +APPLICATIONS OF DESIGN
  2. 2. + THE MIDDLE AGES - PEAK FOR ARTS AND CRAFTS WHY? -WHAT KINDS OF ART DID ARTISTS CREATE DURING THIS PERIOD?
  3. 3. + THE MIDDLE AGES STAINED GLASS OF CHARTRES CATHEDRAL
  4. 4. + 19TH CENTURY LOUIS COMFORT TIFFANY -INFLUENCE OF MEDIEVAL STAINED GLASS -INVENTED GLASS THAT IMITATED IMPERFECTIONS -REVIVAL OF STAINED GLASS
  5. 5. + PRESENT ART GLASS -studio craft = glass as artistic medium (not only functional) DALE CHIHULY
  6. 6. + NATURE OF CRAFT CRAFT V. FINE ART V.
  7. 7. + FIBER ARTS SEWING WEAVING OR JOINING FIBROUS MATERIALS *TRADITIONALLY, FIBER ARTS WERE DONE BY WOMEN Can you think of any examples?
  8. 8. + FIBER ARTS BASKET WEAVING – WEAVING ORGANIC MATERIALS FROM THE WEAVER'S OWN ENVIRONMENT NEEDLEWORK (EMBROIDERY)- DECORATION OF CLOTH WITH NEEDLEWORK QUILTING - “ PIECEWORK”, JOINING FABRICS TOGETHER IN PATTERNS BY SEWING TAPESTRY – FABRIC WALLCOVERING WOVEN FROM THREAD
  9. 9. + FIBER ARTS Mary Jane & Mary Morrell Smith Log Cabin Quilt, Barn Raising Variation
  10. 10. + FIBER ARTS Bayeux Tapestry
  11. 11. + FIBER ARTS Judy Chicago The Crowning NP 4 (detail)
  12. 12. + MODERN FIBER ART -INNOVATIVE TECHNIQUES FUSED WITH TRADITIONAL CRAFT -SCULPTURAL CLAIRE ZEISLER
  13. 13. + MODERN FIBER ART LISA LEE PETERSON
  14. 14. + METALWORK -ASSOCIATED WITH THE MAKING OF LUXURY GOODS i.e. JEWELRY -CLOISONNE Egyptian
  15. 15. + METALWORK BARBARA SMITH WWW.BORDERLINEBARBIE.COM
  16. 16. + CERAMICS - One of the oldest craft forms - Made of clay - Modeled into the desired shape by wheel-throwing or hand-building - Fired in a kiln - allows particles to meld into one another - Glazes applied after first firing, then it is fired again
  17. 17. + CERAMICS - Low-fired pottery is called earthenware . - Increased heat and more refined clay produce stoneware . - Highly refined clay containing kaolin and fired at the highest temperature produces porcelain .
  18. 18. + MODERN CERAMICS PETER VOULKOS
  19. 19. + MODERN CERAMICS SIGRID ZAHNER ( SIGGY)
  20. 20. + ARTS AND CRAFTS MOVEMENT - REACTION AGAINST MASS-PRODUCED, MACHINE-MADE GOODS - BELIEVED PRODUCTS MADE BY HAND REVEALED THE PERSONALITY AND SKILL OF MAKER
  21. 21. + ARTS AND CRAFTS MOVEMENT The Trellis Wallpaper designed by William Morris’s design firm
  22. 22. + ARTS AND CRAFTS MOVEMENT Gustav Stickley mission style
  23. 23. + ARTS AND CRAFTS MOVEMENT Wendell Castle’s Desk
  24. 24. + INDUSTRIAL DESIGN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN -CREATION OF PRODUCTS WITH INCREASED USEFULNESS AND EFFICIENCY -APPEAL TO THE MASS MARKET -INDUSTRIAL DESIGNERS DESIGN THE PRODUCT -MACHINES, OR OTHERS MANUFACTURE WHO IS THE ARTIST?
  25. 25. + INDUSTRIAL DESIGN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN AROSE FROM: -INCREASE IN DEMAND FOR CONSUMER GOODS -DESIRE TO HAVE STYLISH, INEXPENSIVE PRODUCTS THEREFORE, DESIGNERS HAVE TO CREATE PRODUCTS WITH GOOD STYLE, QUALITY, & LOW COST TO MANUFACTURE
  26. 26. + INDUSTRIAL DESIGN THE AUTOMOBILE
  27. 27. + INDUSTRIAL DESIGN FORM FOLLOWS FUNCTION. BAUHAUS MARCEL BREUER
  28. 28. + INDUSTRIAL DESIGN iPod
  29. 29. + GRAPHIC DESIGN - COMMUNICATIG MESSAGES IN VISUAL LANGUAGE TO IDENTIFY, INFORM, AND PERSUADE - CATCH THE ATTENTION OF THE VIEWER & COMMUNICATE MESSAGE - MOST COMMON FORM IS ADVERTISING i.e. JELLY HELM FOR NIKE
  30. 30. + GRAPHIC DESIGN -ART FORM WITH COMMERCIAL & MASS MARKETING APPEAL -ALLOWS DESIGN TO BECOME HIGHLY ACCESSIBLE = CAN REACH A WIDE RANGING AUDIENCE
  31. 31. + TYPOGRAPHY - VISUAL APPEARANCE OF LETTERS AND NUMBERS FOUR TYPES : Script SIMILAR TO CURSIVE HAND-WRITING ITALIC SLANTED LETTERS ROMAN CONTAINING SERIFS SAN-SERIF NO FINISHING STROKES
  32. 32. + TYPOGRAPHY TYPEFACE = STYLE AND SIZE OF LETTERING PICTOGRAPH = CONVEY MESSAGES IN PICTORIAL SYMBOLS
  33. 33. + PRODUCT PACKAGING - 3-D CONCERN - LOGOS PACKAGING: - INDENTIFIES A PRODUCT -SYMBOLIZES PRESTIGE, QUALITY, & STATUS
  34. 34. + PRINT MEDIA & VIDEO GRAPHIC DESIGNERS CREATE ADVERTISEMENTS-- CD COVER ART COMPUTER GRAPHIC LEAD-INS FOR TELEVISION/VIDEO GAMES TARGET'S ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN-- WE RECOGNIZE THE SYMBOL AND COLORS (RED AND WHITE)
  35. 35. + POSTERS POSTER DESIGN WAS FIRST INTRODUCED IN THE LATE 1800S -HENRI TOLOUSE-LAUTREC AND THE MOULIN ROUGE -PRESENTLY POSTERS ARE BEING REPLACED BY TELEVISION ADVERTISING -POSTERS NOW VIEWED AS A COLLECTIBLE ART FORM
  36. 36. + POSTERS JULIUS FRIEDMAN “ A GOOD POSTER NEEDS AN ARRESTING IMAGE”
  37. 37. + POSTERS APRIL GREIMAN
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