Early 20th century: Collage in graphic design begins to emerge as a distinct art form,
with the Cubists and Surrealists being among the first to use the technique in their works.1920s-1930s:
Collage in graphic design becomes increasingly popular, with the rise of Dada and Surrealism movements.1950s-1960s:
Collage in graphic design becomes a major art movement, with the rise of Pop Art and the use of found objects
This blog post explores the history and evolution of collage in graphic design, an art technique that involves cutting and pasting various materials to create a new composition. The post covers the origins of collage in graphic design, tracing it back to the early days of modern art and the works of the Cubists and Surrealists. The post also examines the rise of collage in graphic design in the digital age, including the use of digital tools and software to create collages. Additionally, the post covers the ways in which collage has been used in graphic design, such as in advertising, packaging, and editorial design, as well as its cultural and societal implications. The post also includes a timeline of significant events in the history of collage in graphic design and some of the most notable and influential collage artists and designers throughout history.