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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Raizman, David Seth.
History of modern design.
Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson Prentice Hall, c2011
|Named Person:||Josiah Wedgwood; Henry Cole, Sir; John Ruskin; William Morris; Charles Rennie Mackintosh; Frank Lloyd Wright; Jan Tschichold|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
David Seth Raizman
|Description:||432 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 30 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction: Thinking about design --
Pt. 1, Demand, supply, and design (1700-1800): --
1. Royal demand and the control of production: State-owned manufactories; Artists and craftsmen; Porcelain; The guilds; The printer's art --
2. Entrepreneurial efforts in Britain and elsewhere: Design in an expanding market; Wedgewood and antiquity; Commodities and fashion; The United States; Popular literature and the freedom of the press. Pt. II, Expansion and taste (1801-1865): --
3. Growing pains: expanding industry in the early nineteenth century: A culture of industry and progress; new materials and processes; Beyond the printed page; Wallpaper and fabric printing; The American system --
4. Design, society, and standards: Early design reform; Industry and its discontents; Reform and the Gothic revival; Henry Cole and the 'Cole Group'; The Great Exhibition of 1851; Images for all; Popular graphics in the United States; A balance sheet of reform; Conclusion. Pt. III, Arts, crafts, and machines- industrialization: hopes and fears (1866-1914): --
5. The joy of work: Ruskin, Morris, and the arts and crafts movement in Britain; Morris and socialism; Morris as publisher; The influence of William Morris in Britain; The arts and crafts movement in the United States; Printing in the United States; Chicago and Frank Lloyd Wright --
6. The equality of the arts: Design reform and the aesthetic movement; Books, illustration, and type; The Aesthetic movement in the United States; Dress; Design reform in France: l'art nouveau; Art nouveau in print and in public; Glasgow: Charles Rennie Mackintosh; Austria; Belgium; Munich; Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, and the vernacular; Italy and Spain --
7. Mechanization and industry: Design and workplace; Germany; The American system of manufacture and Fordism; Developments in merchandising, printing, and advertising; Conclusion. Pt. IV, After World War I: art, industry, and utopias (1918-1944): --
8. Paris and art moderne (art deco) before and after World War I: Furniture and modern art; Glass and metal; The Paris exposition of 1925 --
9. 'Modernism': design, utopia, and technology: Futurism; De Stijl; Constructivism; The Bauhaus; Beyond the Bauhaus; The printing industry and the 'new typography'; Jan Tschichold and the new typography; Britain and modern design; Scandinavia and modern design --
10. Design, industry, and advertising in the United States: Industrial design and Fordism; Advertising, art, and the selling of modern design in the Unites States; The United States and international modernism; Streamlining; The 1939 New York World's Fair; Photography and graphic design; Industrial design and austerity; Graphic design during World War II; Conclusion. Pt. V, Humanism and luxury: international modernism and mass culture after World War II (1945-1960): --
11. Modernism after World War II: from theory to practice: Promoting postwar design: art direction and the new advertising; Graphic design and technical information; Scandinavia and Britain; Italy; Germany; The international graphic style (Die neue grafik); Means and ends; Japan; Design and corporate culture; Trademarks and beyond --
12. Design and mass appeal: a culture of consumption: Detroit: transportation as symbol; Critics of styling; Resorts and luxury; Housing: suburbia, domesticity, and conformity; Beyond high and low art: revisiting the critique of mass culture; Conclusion. Pt. VI, Progress, protest, and pluralism (1961-2010): --
13. New materials, new products: Plastics and their progeny; Product housing; Sports equipment and progress; Visual identity, information, and art direction; Laminated materials; Nature and craft --
14. Dimensions of mass culture: Mass design and the home; Mass design: the fringes; Pop, protest, and counterculture; Graphics and the underground; Anti-design in Italy; Radical reform: technology, safety, and the environment --
15. Politics, pluralism, and postmodernism: Design and postmodernism; Postmodern products; Pluralism and resistance: punk; Hi-tech; The expanding definition and role of design --
16. Design in context: an act of balance: Consumer; Reform and social responsibility; Design, safety, and terror; Production technology: meanings of miniaturization; Design and softness; Materials technology and softness; Lifestyle; Politics, technology, and the media; Graphic design in a digital age; Craft: the persistence of process; Design and continuity: creativity, responsibility, and resilience.
"David Raizman's History of Modern Design has assumed landmark status within design studies. Synthesizing design, technology, art history and social history, Raizman builds a cogent argument for
- Design -- History.
- Design -- History -- 18th century.
- Design -- History -- 19th century.
- Design -- History -- 20th century.
- Design -- History -- 21st century.
- Guilds -- History.
- Wallpaper -- History.
- Porcelain -- History.
- Textile printing -- History.
- Gothic revival (Architecture)
- Gothic revival (Architecture) -- History.
- Arts and crafts movement.
- Arts and crafts movement -- History.
- Art nouveau.
- Art nouveau -- History.
- Fordism -- History.
- Art, Modern.
- Art, Modern -- History.
- Art deco.
- Art deco -- History.
- Constructivism (Art)
- Constructivism (Art) -- History.
- Constructivism (Architecture)
- Constructivism (Architecture) -- History.
- Design -- Scandinavia.
- Design -- Scandinavia -- History.
- Industrial design.
- Industrial design -- History.
- Trademarks -- Design -- History.
- Design -- Marketing.
- Plastics -- History.
- Graphic arts.
- Graphic design (Typography)
- Popular culture.
- Wedgwood, Josiah, -- 1730-1795.
- Cole, Henry, -- Sir, -- 1808-1882.
- Ruskin, John, -- 1819-1900 -- Aesthetics.
- Morris, William, -- 1834-1896 -- Aesthetics.
- Mackintosh, Charles Rennie, -- 1868-1928.
- Wright, Frank Lloyd, -- 1867-1959.
- Tschichold, Jan, -- 1902-1974.