Analytical Research on Sign and Symbol of Two Avant-Garde Women Designers’ Works

  title={Analytical Research on Sign and Symbol of Two Avant-Garde Women Designers’ Works},
  author={Li-Hsun Peng and C. H. Hsueh and J. Lou},
  journal={Applied Mechanics and Materials},
  pages={269 - 274}
  • Li-Hsun Peng, C. H. Hsueh, J. Lou
  • Published 2013
  • Computer Science
  • Applied Mechanics and Materials
  • We live in a visually intensive society. Visual symbols are one of the most important keys to communication in the design field. Usually, the symbolic meaning of artwork is closely related to its historical background, culture, socio-political environment and economic constructions. This study aimed to investigate two women designers in the Avant-Garde era, which applied cultural hybridity to their art works and managed to stand out in their field, which was dominated by male designers. We will… CONTINUE READING

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