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콜럼버스 이전의 예술을 바탕으로 한 어린이 그림책에 적용된 'Zoomorphic' 디지털 모티브에 관한 연구A Study of Zoomorphic Digital Motifs Applied to Children Picture-Book Based on Pre-Columbian Art

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A Study of Zoomorphic Digital Motifs Applied to Children Picture-Book Based on Pre-Columbian Art
Authors
쿠엔카 노빌로 마리나
Issue Date
Aug-2020
Publisher
한국일러스아트학회
Keywords
picture-book; pre-columbian art; zoomorphic digital motifs; 그림책; 콜럼버스 전 미술; 쥬몰픽 디지털 모티프
Citation
조형미디어학, v.23, no.3, pp.83 - 92
Journal Title
조형미디어학
Volume
23
Number
3
Start Page
83
End Page
92
URI
https://scholarworks.sookmyung.ac.kr/handle/2020.sw.sookmyung/1312
DOI
10.35280/KOTPM.2020.23.3.10
ISSN
2671-6194
Abstract
To understand South American ancestral art and its application in a picture book as the main proposal of this research. It is necessary to analyze and understand the possible meaning of the symbols used in ancient ceramics, long before Christopher Columbus arrived on American coasts. This art is called "pre-Columbian art". This article will study the symbols with the form of animals in ancient ceramics and rocks, which called "zoomorphic motifs". The methodology to be used in this research is qualitative. The literature review will explore books, academic articles on archeology, art, and relevant sources where the symbols and shape of the graphics belonging to pre-Columbian art are studied. This investigation seeks to find, show, interpret, explore, and demonstrate zoomorphic motifs in the Chilean picture book <Animal Tales>. Specific features can be observed in the illustrations linked to ancient ceramics. Also, it uses native stories from those cultures or geographic regions rescuing its intangible heritage. The author applies as a graphic and research resource the Chavin, Moche, and Inca cultures belonging to South America to develop her character designs. Its visual aesthetic contributes to learning about the history and cultures of which a motif or symbol belongs. To conclude, the results will provide to illustrators and audiovisual producers worldwide interested in using designs and art found in archaeological remains to rescue them from oblivion, bringing them to the modern world through illustration and appropriation, producing new designs inspired by the art of ancient cultures.
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