Abstract Style

Abstract  Web Design Style

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Abstract art, an artistic movement that was founded around 1940s, has its roots in Futurism. Being a composition of form, line and color, abstract art does not show things exactly as they exist in the real world. It demonstrates a departure, in varying degrees, from reality; also expressing some independence from visual references in the real world. Abstract design mostly relies on the emotions of the artist rather than exact representation of the objects. Wassily Kandinsky, an influential Russian painter and art theorist (1866 – 1944), is recognized as a pioneer in painting pure abstract works.


Abstract web design is similarly a showcase for expressing emotions freely. Due to this fact, it can be given a meaning or have no meaning at all. After all, it is about the expression of emotions through design elements which have a minimal resemblance to concrete objects in the world. At best, Abstract design can be interpreted in any way the viewer wishes. Since it is about breaking out of the box, Abstract web style can simply be used as a good looking visual effect. Therefore, it is an approach which is against the conventional web design methods where the elements have definable figurative appearances. This flexibility and freedom makes Abstract web design very unique and diverse; meaning that the design can be ended up as a creative and stunning artwork. Images in abstract web designs are created through overlapping shapes and different shades of colors.

 

 

n.Design Studio

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Departive

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Douglas Menezes

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Rob Sheridan

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DS Design

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Hogo & Marie

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Keenan Wells

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Duoh

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Hochburg

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New Deal Design

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Oypro

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Movements

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Funky Remixes

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Void & Form

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Adventure Drop

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Bali Web Creator

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