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URN etd-0904113-022509 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 1122 times. Download 0 times. Author Bo-Huang Chang Author's Email Address email@example.com Department Industrial Design Year 2012 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 152 Title A Case Study of “Interdisciplinary Creative Works on Asia’s Cultural Creativity” in Product Design Keyword calligraphy creative culture industry product design product design creative culture industry calligraphy Abstract Looking for the history of China, lots of artistic achievements all emerge the extensive knowledge and profound scholarship. For example, calligraphy shows its unique in every dynasty. Even until now, calligraphy still have the status in the artistic fields.
In modern artistic world, calligraphy is a creative form of art. Because of the fact that in different dynasty, calligraphers created the forms of words in different feelings and different skills to express their special thoughts. This creative way is not in other places in the world. Therefore, calligraphy is one of the superior cultures in China. Thus, I chose this topic to be the subject of my research.
In 2011, Interdisciplinary Creative Works on Asia’s Cultural Creativity Exhibition in the Taipei world design session won the vast applause. Beside, it also won the most perfect design in a competition in Hongkong. We also can say that calligraphy can be changed by modern people, and can be handed down.
In the progress of research, throughout the interview , I have been used the real model to demonstrate the correct way to transform calligraphy forms.
Advisor Committee Fu-Yuan Li - advisor
Chun-Ching Chen - co-chair
Ming-Hsiu Chen - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2013-06-19 Date of Submission 2013-09-05