Jun 30, 2022
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this paper explores the innovative application of traditional Chinese patterns, hoping to provide a relatively complete clue for the study of traditional Chinese patterns and for graphic design. The authors can better use traditional patterns to provide theoretical support. This paper is divided into three parts: the first part expounds the historical development and main classification of Chinese traditional patterns; the second part expounds the application performance and application principles of traditional patterns in graphic design; the third part expounds the influence of traditional patterns on the The influence of graphic design. Key words: traditional patterns; graphic design; decorative patterns . 1. General overview of traditional Chinese patterns 1. Historical Image Manipulation Service development of traditional patterns Chinese traditional patterns originated from patterns drawn by primitive ancestors such as flowers, birds, fish, and figures on pottery vases. In primitive society, the materials of primitive patterns are mostly obtained by human beings in some labor such as fishing and hunting. Throughout the history of Chinese art, the development of prehistoric art started from primitive society. The painted pottery ornaments that can show the artistic characteristics of this period, although the structure is relatively simple, their morphological characteristics are quite interesting. Among them, the painted pottery patterns of the Majiayao culture and Yangshao culture are more typical, and the representative works include the painted pottery pots with Majiayao dance patterns unearthed in Shangsunjiazhai, Datong County, Qinghai. In addition, the dragon pattern on the painted pottery products unearthed from the Taosi site in Shanxi is the oldest dragon totem image ever discovered. With the improvement of social productivity, people's production tools have been developed, and a large number of animal patterns have appeared on bronze ware, most of which are exaggerated and bizarre. The evolution of patterns reflects changes in the relationship between humans and animals.