Arte e Design: uma análise sobre a comunicação visual aplicada aos trabalhos da vanguarda Construtivista Russa

Fabres, Paola Mayer
September 2012
Strategic Design Research Journal;Sep-Dec2012, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p114
Academic Journal
This article seeks to study the artistic aesthetic and communication of the Russian constructivist avant-garde, identifying the persuasive characterization and noting the proximity of the social artwork's with the function of the graphic design works. The constructivist poster served not only as a work of art, but also as a communication object, serving as an activator of the masses and uniting artistic principles to graphic design concepts. This article intends to observe these similarities between art and communication, taking the scenario of the Russian avant-garde as an analysis field and noting the presence of the persuasion and social dialogue, as well as the significance of their visual messages.


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