A History of Graphic Design

Art Nouveau

1890s – early 20th century

During the 1800s, Art Nouveau was established as a movement that covered architecture, fashion, furniture, graphic and product design. The graphic design styles that emerged from this movement are highly influenced from the Japanese art form of ukiyo-e. Rather than copy and paste from the Japanese art style, the Art Nouveau artists became inspired by their abstract style of design and made their own unique graphics.



Manuscript Design in Antiquity and The Middle Age

Industrial Revolution

Art Nouveau

Graphic Design in the 20th Century

Postwar Graphic Design

Postmodern Graphic Design

The Digital Revolution. Pt. I

The Digital Revolution. Pt. II


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