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The inflow and adaptation of Russian constructivism on the Korean typographic culture in the 1920s~1930s
1920-30년대 한국타이포그라피 문화에서 러시아 구정주의의 유입

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Authors
Jeong, Sun-A; Kim, Min-Soo
Issue Date
2016-10-27
Publisher
ICDHS(the International Committee for Design Hisoty & Design Studies)
Citation
Blucher Design Proceedings, Vol.8 No.2, pp. 125-129
Keywords
The inflow and adaptation of Russian constructivism on the Korean typographic culture in the 1920s~1930s예술체육Palavras-chaveConstructivismKorean typographyKorean design historysanserif typographymodernity
Abstract
The aim of this study is researching the interaction between Russian constructivist graphic image and the East Asian typography, particularly Korean typography which has different features, compared to Western letters. For this purpose, graphic design that appeared in media such as newspapers, magazines and books during the 1920-30s in Korea is investigated. In conclusion, Russian constructivist images in Korea were composed with traditional calligraphy and created distinctive visual culture because of the political and economic colonial condition at that time, while constructivist images in Russia and Europe were used mainly with sanserif typography that considered to have international characteristic.
Language
English
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/116926
DOI
https://doi.org/10.5151/despro-icdhs2016-02_013
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