Use Of Diagrid Structures In Ex-libris Design
The world we live in is full of images. Images are everywhere, objects expose themselves wildly to us. This physical image a ects attitude, designers and artists and is added to design products. Background is used in the majority of artistic and design applications. In Ex-libris designs, the use of tissue
has increased, especially with the development of computer technology. Within the digital design concept, the use of texture, especially in the CGD technique, creates awareness in design. The textures also manifest themselves in mechanical structures as well as organic in nature. This
is the inspiration for artists and designers. It’s like being in architecture
and construction. In addition to diagonal intersections with cross beams, geometric forms and structures in building systems are called diagrid. In this study, the use of diagrid structure as tissue in ex-libris designs was examined and evaluated.
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