History Main / ArtDeco

7th Feb '17 12:32:21 PM alnair20aug93
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* The titular hotel in Series/AmericanHorrorStoryHotel was explicitly designed in an art deco style. It's most noticeable in the hotel's huge, grandiose lobby.

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* The titular hotel in Series/AmericanHorrorStoryHotel ''Series/AmericanHorrorStoryHotel'' was explicitly designed in an art deco style. It's most noticeable in the hotel's huge, grandiose lobby.
7th Feb '17 12:21:06 PM alnair20aug93
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It took the world by storm after the 1925 Paris ''[[EverythingSoundsSexierInFrench Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes]]'' (although some claimed that the movement started as early as 1910), influenced by works of Romain de Tirtoff (better known as Erté), historical arts like Aztec, Egyptian and Mesopotamian, UsefulNotes/ArtNouveau, Bauhaus, Neoclassical, Futurist, Cubist and other modernist style movements. And its forms went on to every World's Fair from the 20s and 30s, then spread to all over the world. In the 1930s, it evolved into a substyle, which emphasizes straighter lines, geometric shapes, and mechanic motifs, called "Streamline Moderne".

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It took the world by storm after the 1925 Paris ''[[EverythingSoundsSexierInFrench Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes]]'' (although some claimed that the movement started as early as 1910), influenced by works of Romain de Tirtoff (better known as Erté), historical arts like Aztec, Egyptian and Mesopotamian, UsefulNotes/ArtNouveau, Bauhaus, Neoclassical, Futurist, Cubist and other modernist style movements. And its forms went on to every World's Fair from the 20s and 30s, then spread to all over the world. world.

In the 1930s, it evolved into a substyle, substyle emerged, which emphasizes straighter lines, refined geometric shapes, and mechanic motifs, called "Streamline Moderne".
7th Feb '17 12:18:01 PM alnair20aug93
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The staple style during the [[RoaringTwenties 1920s]] and [[TheGreatDepression 1930s]], with its geometrically futuristic linear design, Art Deco was applied in every field, including architecture, furniture, interior design, graphic design, fashion and typography. Its simplistic, symmetric, fluid and futuristic design was easily managed and breathable, in contrast to the frilly [[TheEdwardianEra Edwardian]] UsefulNotes/ArtNouveau designs.

It took the world by storm after the 1925 Paris ''[[EverythingSoundsSexierInFrench Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes]]'' (although some claimed that the movement started as early as 1910), influenced by works of Romain de Tirtoff (better known as Erté), historical arts like Aztec, Egyptian and Mesopotamian, UsefulNotes/ArtNouveau, Bauhaus, Neoclassical, Futurist, Cubist and other modernist style movements. And its forms went on to every World's Fair from the 20s and 30s, then spread to all over the world.

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The staple style during the [[RoaringTwenties 1920s]] and [[TheGreatDepression 1930s]], with its geometrically futuristic linear design, Art Deco was applied in every field, including architecture, furniture, interior design, graphic design, fashion and typography. Its streamlined, simplistic, symmetric, fluid and futuristic design was easily managed and breathable, in contrast to the frilly [[TheEdwardianEra Edwardian]] UsefulNotes/ArtNouveau designs.

It took the world by storm after the 1925 Paris ''[[EverythingSoundsSexierInFrench Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes]]'' (although some claimed that the movement started as early as 1910), influenced by works of Romain de Tirtoff (better known as Erté), historical arts like Aztec, Egyptian and Mesopotamian, UsefulNotes/ArtNouveau, Bauhaus, Neoclassical, Futurist, Cubist and other modernist style movements. And its forms went on to every World's Fair from the 20s and 30s, then spread to all over the world.
world. In the 1930s, it evolved into a substyle, which emphasizes straighter lines, geometric shapes, and mechanic motifs, called "Streamline Moderne".



* The Little King comics use this aesthetic, and the animated cartoons based on the comic by Creator/VanBeurenStudios have some of their characters designed like this, in order to match the designs of the original comic. The backgrounds are still standard ink wash paintings, and many of the other characters still use the Van Beuren house style.

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* The ''The Little King King'' comics use this aesthetic, and the animated cartoons based on the comic by Creator/VanBeurenStudios have some of their characters designed like this, in order to match the designs of the original comic. The backgrounds are still standard ink wash paintings, and many of the other characters still use the Van Beuren house style.



* Cloudbank in {{Transistor}} has some obvious art deco influences, mixed in Film/{{TRON}}-like aesthetics in a [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Midgar-esque]] cyberpunk setting.
* VideoGame/TheSims3 has Bridgeport with Art Deco motifs on certain penthouses and houses, and Roaring Heights, a city filled to the brim with 1930s Art Deco aesthetics.
* A computer game called The Chessmaster 2000 had Art Deco as its default style for the chess pieces.

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* Cloudbank in {{Transistor}} ''VideoGame/{{Transistor}}'' has some obvious art deco influences, mixed in Film/{{TRON}}-like aesthetics in a [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Midgar-esque]] cyberpunk setting.
* VideoGame/TheSims3 ''VideoGame/TheSims3'' has Bridgeport with Art Deco motifs on certain penthouses and houses, and Roaring Heights, a city filled to the brim with 1930s Art Deco aesthetics.
* A computer game called The ''The Chessmaster 2000 2000'' had Art Deco as its default style for the chess pieces.



* The French FashionMagazine [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Gazette_du_Bon_Ton La Gazette Du Bon Ton]] that ran from late 1912 to 1925 is a forerunner of this, composing of at the time cutting edge fashion designs illustrated by artists like Georges Barbier, Pierre Brissaud, Paul Iribe and Erté.
* New York City skyscrapers, like the Chrysler Building and the Empire State Building, are heavily built on Art Deco.

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* The French FashionMagazine [[http://en.''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Gazette_du_Bon_Ton La Gazette Du Bon Ton]] Ton]]'' that ran from late 1912 to 1925 is a forerunner of this, composing of at the time cutting edge fashion designs illustrated by artists like Georges Barbier, Pierre Brissaud, Paul Iribe and Erté.
* New York City UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity skyscrapers, like the Chrysler Building and the Empire State Building, are heavily built on Art Deco.Deco.
* Being a former American colony, {{Philippine|s}} architecture in the 1920s and 1930s fell in love with Art Deco. Most of the buildings were unfortunately destroyed during UsefulNotes/WorldWarTwo.
** The city of UsefulNotes/{{Manila}} [[http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/217447/lifestyle/artandculture/art-deco-regaining-lost-memory used to have numerous Art Deco style buildings]] only for most of them to be destroyed during UsefulNotes/WorldWarTwo. The surviving structures included the Crystal Arcade, the Main Building of the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Far_Eastern_University Far Eastern University]] and Manila Metropolitan Theatre.
** The [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iloilo_City city of Iloilo]] in the UsefulNotes/{{Philippines}} also has its share of Art Deco style buildings. Among the most prominent ones is the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaro,_Iloilo_City#/media/File:Jaro_Municipal_Hall_01.JPG Old Jaro Municipal Hall]] which was converted first as a police station, then as a museum.
** The facade of the [[https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/06/Allan_Jay_Quesada-_DSC_0706_Cebu_Provincial_Capitol_Building,_Cebu_City.JPG Cebu Provincial Hall]] is an interesting blend of Art Deco and Neoclassic style.
30th Dec '16 8:07:28 PM nombretomado
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* The TwilightZone Tower of Terror attraction at the DisneyThemeParks in California Adventure and Disneyland Paris are built in this style. According to details around the attraction, the building was constructed in 1917 and the story of the ride takes place in 1939.

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* The TwilightZone Tower of Terror attraction at the DisneyThemeParks Ride/DisneyThemeParks in California Adventure and Disneyland Paris are built in this style. According to details around the attraction, the building was constructed in 1917 and the story of the ride takes place in 1939.
8th Dec '16 9:32:49 AM longWriter
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* A computer game called The Chessmaster 2000 had Art Deco as its default style for the chess pieces.
20th Nov '16 9:32:47 AM MagnusForce
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* The Title Cards of ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'' are based on the Art Deco style.
6th Oct '16 12:23:59 PM alnair20aug93
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* VideoGame/TheSims3 has Bridgeport with Art Deco motifs on certain penthouses and houses, and Roaring Heights, a city filled to the brim with 1930s Art Deco aesthetics.
31st Aug '16 12:53:12 AM NozzDogg
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* The design of many of the Martian buildings, rocket cars and covers of the adventure booklets in ''TabletopGame/RocketAge'' are drawn in an Art Deco style. After all, the setting does takes place in the 1930s.

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28th Aug '16 6:08:00 PM flaminghomer
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* Hoover Dam, also built in the 1930s, has some amazing Art Deco elements.
2nd Aug '16 10:56:41 AM alnair20aug93
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The staple style during the [[RoaringTwenties 1920s]] and [[TheGreatDepression 1930s]], with its geometrically futuristic linear design, Art Deco was applied in every field, including architecture, furniture, interior design, graphic design, fashion and typography. Its simplistic, symmetric, fluid and futuristic design was easily managed and breathable, in contrast to the frilly [[TheEdwardianEra Edwardian]] UsefulNotes/ArtNouveau designs. It took the world by storm after the 1925 Paris ''[[EverythingSoundsSexierInFrench Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes]]'' (although some claimed that the movement started as early as 1910), influenced by works of Romain de Tirtoff (better known as Erté), historical arts like Aztec, Egyptian and Mesopotamian, UsefulNotes/ArtNouveau, Bauhaus, Neoclassical, Futurist, Cubist and other modernist style movements. And its forms went on to every World's Fair from the 20s and 30s, then spread to all over the world. Although the term ''Art Déco'' is commonly used, the term was actually coined in TheSixties and TheSeventies during its resurgence after its popularity declined about UsefulNotes/WorldWarTwo.

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The staple style during the [[RoaringTwenties 1920s]] and [[TheGreatDepression 1930s]], with its geometrically futuristic linear design, Art Deco was applied in every field, including architecture, furniture, interior design, graphic design, fashion and typography. Its simplistic, symmetric, fluid and futuristic design was easily managed and breathable, in contrast to the frilly [[TheEdwardianEra Edwardian]] UsefulNotes/ArtNouveau designs. designs.

It took the world by storm after the 1925 Paris ''[[EverythingSoundsSexierInFrench Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes]]'' (although some claimed that the movement started as early as 1910), influenced by works of Romain de Tirtoff (better known as Erté), historical arts like Aztec, Egyptian and Mesopotamian, UsefulNotes/ArtNouveau, Bauhaus, Neoclassical, Futurist, Cubist and other modernist style movements. And its forms went on to every World's Fair from the 20s and 30s, then spread to all over the world. world.

Although the term ''Art Déco'' is commonly used, the term was actually coined in TheSixties and TheSeventies during its resurgence after its popularity declined about UsefulNotes/WorldWarTwo.
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