Shanghai Expression: Graphic Design in China in the 1920s and 30s. Shanghai Expression: Graphic Design in China in the 1920s and 30s As featured in the book Chinese Graphic Design in the Twentieth Century by Scott Minick and Jiao Ping About half of this 160-page book is devoted to the 1920s and 30s, when the ideas of writer and artist Lu Xun were very influential, particularly on the young design professionals involved with the May Fourth Movement.
My favorite factoid in the book: Lu Xun—who introduced modern woodblock techniques to China—loved the German Expressionists and Käthe Kollwitz in particular. The authors point out that though Lu Xun taught many Western techniques, he always encouraged designers to seek inspiration in Chinese design history. China Sketch, December 1936 "The End of Science" (back cover) Illustrator: Zhong-xin. 12 astounding bus tickets from the 1930s. Cubana - Compania Nacional Cubana de Aviacion. Vivat Vintage. Vintage Wallpaper Patterns Original Antique Wallpaper Victorian. Retro Vintage wallpaper. E W Moore & Son - Fabulous Vintage Wallpaper. Mightygodking.com » Post Topic » Fun From Yesterday! DP: What’s the story behind the name? Warshaw: The working title was originally Time Freeze. I wanted an action game with a lot of colors and sounds – something I would enjoy playing. The concept was, at some point, time would “freeze” and there would be a countdown to a gigantic explosion.
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