All the methods of use are the exploration of the redevelopment of traditional graphics, the identification and continuation of the traditional culture, and the accumulation of the old and the new. 2. Typical methods and cases of graphic innovation and application (1) In terms of modeling, the traditional graphic modeling is innovated, mostly by extracting elements from it, and then reconstructing it with the methods of modern graphic design, such as collage, stacking, cutting, etc., Give it new meaning in modern graphic design. The logo design of Huaxia Bank draws on and simplifies the modeling characteristics of the C-shaped jade dragon in the Shang and Zhou dynasties, and the dragon is also the totem of the Chinese nation.
Symbolizing the Chinese culture. The combination Image Manipulation Service of the c-shaped logo structure and the shape of Chinese copper coins implies the nature of the bank. At the same time, the traditional Chinese red color is used to express the expectation of prosperity. The whole design is simple, generous and typical, with a combination of square and circle, strong sense of rhythm and profound connotation, which fits the characteristics of Hua Xia Bank. (2) In terms of color The color innovation of traditional graphics refers to the use of colors with profound connotations and representative meanings. The Korean flag is commonly known as the "Taichi Flag".
It has been confirmed that its overall shape is extracted from the traditional Chinese Tai Chi gossip, which contains the traditional Chinese yin and yang thoughts, but the colors in the graphic are innovatively designed - white as the base, symbolizing peace; The red and cyan colors of Tai Chi graphics are in line with the colors of Korean national costumes. Red means yang, and cyan symbolizes yin, indicating that yin and yang are mutually reinforcing and fighting each other, and they are constantly fighting and innovating. Cosmic cycle. In South Korea's graphic design, it can be seen that these four colors are used as the base and basic colors. In the 2002 Japan-Korea World Cup, the colors of the trophies and logos were all used.