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Design History for Breakfast

Today, I'm trying to make the pivotal design movements of western art history a little more, um... digestible.  Glasgow School - Leprechauns? 1890's Scotland? Close enough. The Glasgow School opened the door to modern design in the UK at the end of the 19th century. Art Nouveau - In the 19th century, France adopted the simple, decorative style pioneered by prolific artists such as William Morris of the Arts and Crafts Movement in Great Britain. Art Nouveau was made famous by Alphonse Mucha's designs for Job Cigarettes... and Michael Jordan Wheaties boxes. Oh wait— Bauhaus - Form follows Froot Loops... I mean function. Futurism - Speed! Industry! New World Orders! This also applies chocolate frosted corn puffs, right? Vorticism…

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