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I love the link between nature and architecture and how it creates exciting forms in the shapes and styles of the products and items, central to the outcome of the movement. It is so interesting how unique and distinctive each piece of design is compared to past movements and how popular Art Nouveau was throughout different countries. I chose this topic as I would love to learn more about it and I am going to show what I thought was...
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The products of organic design and Art Nouveau movement are catching my attention. I love the elements that those products used from the movement. I love those design products with nature style very much. Since I always think that nature is the artwork of God and they are really perfect. Also, I would like to learn some other features of different design elements. It is because my designs are always using some simple rectangular shape or some lines. I think...
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Art Nouveau influenced many things along its time one of which is the perception of women. During the late 19th century Art Nouveau was an international movement which encompassed the styles of the Decorative Style (the United Kingdom), Art Nouveau (Belgium and France), Jugendstil - Youth Style (Germany), Stile Liberty (Italy), Modernista (Spain), and Sezessionsstil (Austria). Art Nouveau aims and philosophies were natural forms as inspiration, artistic reformation of all areas of life, ornamentation arising from the construction of an...
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The industrialization and mechanization of the process of making goods during the latter half of the Industrial Revolution created an immense malcontent within society. During a time of socialist ideology and labor union formations for workers, came a sense of malcontent towards the mass production of items, with apparent quality deficiencies. Whilst the new industrial age was enabling mass production of goods for consumers, it also dehumanized the process and divorced the artist from the manufacturer. William Morris (1834-1896), was...
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