DDaMP – Bauhaus

Plakat zur Bauhaus-Ausstellung
in Weimar 1923
 by Joost Schmidt
Schmidt was a professor at both the Bauhaus School
and (later) at the College of Visual Arts, Berlin.


Design is not for philosophy it’s for life.

– Issey Miyake

Design & History

Preface

Adobe Illustrator (link)

For this unit, we will be learning and using Adobe Illustrator CS6. Adobe Illustrator is a graphic creation software used to create Vector-based works. It is used by professionals in a variety of industries and fields.

PDF About Ai CS6
Videos about Ai CS6 from Lynda.com
Videos about New Features from Lynda.com
Learning Ai CS6 Videos on Adobe.tv

 

Project: Design History

Investigate

Look into Bauhaus design  (link). Bauhaus design has influenced work in poster, magazine, and other print to design to architecture and other areas. On your blog, describe what your seeing in the works your own words? Find a few a examples you like and put them on your blog. If you’re trying to google “Bauhaus” and aren’t finding much relevant content, try googling “Bauhaus Design” instead.

There’s a video on Time’s website about the Bauhaus School. Don’t use these two links as your only source to see some of the work from and influenced by Bauhaus, but its a good start and a much faster way to get an overview of the school’s history.

If you didn’t finish the tutorial from last class, finish that first. Create your own physical collage influenced by the style of Bauhaus. See my example. You can use your own magazines if you want, or I have a collection of old national geographics that can be used.

 

Plakat zur Bauhaus-Ausstellung in Weimar 1923 >>
Joost Schmidt. 1923
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