The reason why key elements are lacking in art of the past is because they are color, form, line, shape, space, texture, and value. There are different types of art such as visual, fine, animation, graphic, culinary, and etc. The subject art has existed for many decades and comes in all forms from shapes and sizes, and years. However, the purpose of art can also be political, spiritual or philosophical ideas, to create a sense of beauty to explore the nature of perception, for pleasure, or to generate strong emotions. Art is an act of expressing feelings, thoughts, and observations.
In the article “Typophoto” by Laszlo Moholy-Nagy”, “ typography was for the first time seen not as an isolated discipline and technique, but in context with the ever-widening visual experiences that the picture symbol, photo, film, and television brought”. The term typography, is the art or procedure of arranging type or processing data and printing from it. However, typography was used in many ways. Such as, adjusting the text within the design while creating powerful content. It provides an attractive appearance and preserves the aesthetic value of your content. Typography attracts readers attention, gives medium communication, It conveys a certain mood or feeling and it establishes an information hierarchy.
Education should teach artists that the idea is up to them to choose the type of ideas that they want you to do. We should also learn as beginners which bring back the more traditional aspects that the Bauhaus was influenced from, the arts and crafts movement. Also, the design disciplines together as opposed to separately which was the more traditional way of doing it. It is a good idea to communicate with people in the same field as you so it can help you to network and get connections throughout the long run.
The ideas should be important for the 21st century art and design is typography because we can use it in many ways such as social media, photos, posters, and text. Good typography can make people write better, allowing the reader to focus on the substance behind the written word. On Typography by Herbert Bayer “new concepts will not grow on mere design variations of long-established forms such as the book. the aesthetic restraint that limits the development of the book must finally be overcome, and new ideas must logically be deduced from the function of typography and its carriers.” Using new ideas can help us to have a better artwork, and a better idea to promote our artwork.