Revolutionary Innovations of “Organic” Form in 19th Century Graphic Arts

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Revolutionary Innovations of “Organic” Form in 19th Century Graphic Arts
In this study, typography and its design history will examined by realizing the innovations brought forth in the organic style of Art Nouveau on typography in 19th century. By examining examples of typography in the styles of Mucha, Morris, and Cheret, one can realize the power this form of design had on typesetting. By analyzing the details of how this has come to be an important artistic influence on typography, the letters and designs of Art Nouveau played a revolutionary new “organic” approach at the turn of the 19th century. In essence, the Art Nouveau Movement had a large influence on typesetting in typographic history by emulating a return to Nature, marking a...
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