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    Development of Graphic Arts in the Future

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    In thirty two pages the future of graphic arts is considered in this developmental overview that includes artists such as Paul Rand, the opportunities and threats confronting artists, as well as issues pertaining to inspiration, the Internet's role, and the impact of technology. Twenty nine sources are listed in the bibliography.

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    to in some cases, society in general. Graphic design is not a new art form. We can argue that as long as there has been art there has been graphic  design. However, for many decades, and even centuries, the term graphic designer was not applied to the practices if this art form. The term graphic designer was first used  at the beginning of the twentieth century, and it is this era that can be seen to mark the beginning of the modern era of graphic design. It was in  1922 that first printed reference to this term can be found (WebCT, 2002). Since that time there have been many changes, social, political and technological, all of which have effected  the perception of graphic design and the way it is both created and perceived. To understand where the art form may go in the future and how it could  develop we need to look at the past. This is form this we will get a feel of the sector and see how patterns emerge that reflect and art reflected  by the different broader environmental aspects of modern life. II. The Early Twentieth Century This is not the beginning of graphic art, indeed there is a plethora of  advertisements form the Victorian era that may be seen as accomplished graphic art, with a history stretching back much further. However, in any paper we have to use some form  of starting point, and the art that take prior to the beginning of the twentieth century is the art of another ear where there were nit the same modern influences,  such as ,multiculturalism, communication and the same facilities as well as the increased technology that made it more possible for the same piece of art to be seen by 

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