For my final project I decided to make a Zoetrope. It is a primitive animation device which behaves behaves very much like a flip-book. The three different aesthetics that I explored in this post are Art Deco, Art Nouveau and the Streamlined design of the 1930s. The way I reimagined my design into these very prominent aesthetics, is by sketching a very popular product from that movement and trying to blend that design and making it my own.
Tries to imbue functional objects with artistic touches. Straight lines, patterns and a fractal like approach is what I take away from Art Deco design.
According to me, the Art Nouveau style tries to breathe some life into objects and giving it an artistic touch. Making each object seem just as much as a work of art as a product.
Streamlined design of the 1930s
This design was mainly inspired by the WW2 when they realized the magic of aerodynamic efficiency. It was a time when war-inspired gadgets were making their way into the everyday household, it was a way of feeling involved in the changing times, and gave rise to a wonderful aesthetic.
I hope you enjoyed my rendition of my project into different design movements.