Innovation of Visual Art Expression Forms of Traditional Graphic Elements


Traditional graphic elements in China contain rich artistic and cultural connotations. The traditional graphic elements represented by plant patterns, animal patterns and other abstract symbols play an important role in ancient interior decoration. With the evolution of the times, the traditional graphic elements also provide more diversified choices in the presentation of modern interior decoration art styles. Starting from the artistic characteristics of traditional graphic elements, the traditional visual art expressions of traditional graphic elements are explained in depth, and the visual art expression forms of traditional graphic elements are innovated continually by means of modern technology, which is the only way to carry forward the traditional art culture of China.


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