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Pop Art Style Image Creation Research For example with the bat shape
In traditional Chinese culture, bats are considered a symbol of prosperity and good luck, whereas in the West, these animals are often associated with malevolence and mystery. Centered upon the two-fold traits that bats embody, this research looks into the bat symbols, analyzing how the images of bats are presented in art and studying cases in which bat images are effectively used. For the case studies of this research, pop art creations, bat images, and cultural products containing pattern designs were selected based on the following principles and then analyzed. First, pop artworks chosen for this study were limited to those created by contemporary commercial designers or artists whose major works are graphic, packaging, and pattern designs, and with styles that are considered distinctively pop-art. Second, contemporary images of bats were collected from two popular image sharing and social media platforms, Pinterest and Behance. Third, the selection of cultural products was restricted to pattern designs by well-known, influential Taiwanese brands. The results of the case studies helped lay a foundation for a new creation: one that combines the bat image with pop art. Moreover, through an analysis of historical contexts, it was understood that the bat images still have considerable influences in the Eastern society. This new creation has been accepted by the Formosan Golden Bat’s home in Yunlin and will be employed in the designs of the museum’s souvenirs. It is hoped that these new products will help increase the revenue of the museum’s gift shop, ultimately providing the museum with more resources and economic support for bat preservation and education.
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