Chu Culture Modeling Elements and Their Inspiration for Urban Visual Image Design

Jianwen LI

Abstract


This paper will concentrate on the artifact culture of Hubei, the cradle of Chu culture. It begins with the analysis of visual elements in ancient Chu culture, including the forms, colors, ornamentations, etc. Based on that, it explores the possibility of adopting the essence of visual art in Chu culture into contemporary urban visual design of Hubei province.


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Chu culture; City image design; Visual element

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/4322

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