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Creative Design Representation of Erotic Images
This research aims to explore the erotic phenomenon prevalent in 21st Century Taiwanese society and its relationship to the liberation of sex through graphic design works to bring forward issues for reflection, as well as stimulate further creative activities. A series of social activities, on one hand, enliven the ways of thinking and living of the participants and observers and, on the other, reflect the diversity and complexity of the erotic culture in Taiwan. The researcher of this study sets the scope of research on: 1. Exploring the phenomenon of emphasizing “sex” in graphic design elements; 2. Exploring “genders” as represented in icons; 3. Creating a series of artworks through an integration of faux-print techniques and plane structure presentation. The thesis will begin with a discussion on the development of erotic graphics and analysis on the relationship between erotic graphics and society, as well as compare the characteristics of pornographic paintings and discuss iconized erotic graphics and erotica cases in oriental and western societies. The creative design proposed in this study will be based on 18 erotic stereotypes to illustrate the cultural background of these representative icons. In the process of searching information, we found that part of the erotic phenomena has had a long history, and some of it is related to the values formed in modern society, the rising of feminine power, fast-food sex, and, in some cases, the development of information technology. We will also conduct an analysis on the concept development of the representation styles of some cases and propose graphic creations that carry similar styles and topics. The past studies on erotic arts were mostly focused on exploration of antique pornographic paintings. The creative work proposed in this study goes beyond the past realistic presentation to connect icons with realism images, which form the central concept of this proposed creative work and faithfully reflect the diversified social phenomena of Taiwan. Finally, this study is summarized into the following topics: 1. Initiating a discussion on the issues of erotic creations; 2. Initiating expansion of the creative subjects; 3. Serving the social duty as a designer; 4. Accepting creative critiques.
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