With the development of society and the progress of the times, people's cultural level is getting higher and higher, and their aesthetic taste for things is also getting higher and higher. Modern graphic design uses some visual elements to convey information. How to make people feel the meaning and connotation of graphic design when viewing modern planes is an important issue for designers. Among them, the application of direct risk of new art has a greater impact on modern graphic design. This paper mainly analyzes the current situation of modern graphic design, expounds the characteristics of the linear style of the new art, and studies and discusses the inspiration of the direct risk of the new art to the modern graphic design. Keywords: Art Nouveau Linear Style; Modern Graphic Design;
Glasgow School With the development of the advertising Image Manipulation Service industry, graphic design can be seen everywhere in people's life and work. How to stand out in Chinese graphic design has become an important issue for designers to consider. With the change of people's aesthetic concept, nowadays people no longer only like more complex and gorgeous graphic design, many people pay more attention to the direct and simple design style. The Art Nouveau movement in the 20th century had a far-reaching impact on graphic design. This paper mainly analyzes the line style of Art Nouveau, in order to study the characteristics of this style, so that the graphic design style can return to its original form and promote the development of design simplicity.
1 Overview of the status quo of modern graphic design With the rapid development and popularization of computers and networks, most designers nowadays use computer software for graphic design, so today's design methods and design content are more and more diversified. With the development and promotion of computers, modern graphic design reflects more and more styles and forms. The Art Nouveau movement gradually emerged in the early 20th century. It was initially developed in various European countries and had an impact on many design fields, such as painting art, architecture, furniture, clothing and so on.