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URN etd-0916108-152449 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 5150 times. Download 3609 times. Author I-Kai Chu Author's Email Address firstname.lastname@example.org Department Industrial Design Year 2007 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language Chinese&English Page Count 117 Title The Research of Modern Design by Using The Symbols of Han-Dynasty Ancient Jade Articles Keyword cultural code iconology cloud pattern ancient jade ancient jade cloud pattern iconology cultural code Abstract In recent years, due to the emergence of the cultural creative industries, which has resulted in all Taiwanese cultural fields placing more and more importance on the Chinese culture, and a more constant devotion to the study, development and design of cultural creations. For the mission of passing on the culture studies, this research uses the particular Chinese ancient articles and proceeds to an in-depth analysis and design application, after myriads of analysis and comparisons, this research aims at the appearances and connotations of cloud patterns on the ancient jades from the Han dynasty and proceeds to research and analysis, and exclusively uses the iconology and
the cultural code as the basic analysis, thus further expounding their iconic meanings, then extract their modeling elements, and transform them to the hand painted featured
In order to maintain the objectivity, the research uses the methods of an in-depth literature survey and interviews with designers across-the-fields, to understand the cultural design elements of the cloud patterns on the ancient jades from the Han dynasty, and then to interpret and apply to the actual design cases.
Advisor Committee Fu-yuan Li - advisor
Files Date of Defense 2008-07-31 Date of Submission 2008-09-16