Study of Contemporary Jewelry Design Emotional Expression Skills
Keywords:Emotions, emotion type, expression skills, jewelry design.
AbstractWith the development of the society, people gradually realize the importance of design, design also has played a more and more important role in the life.More and more people are willing to choose the design work with unique emotions.Designers gives the new concept of life into the jewelry through the material, color, craft technique, etc. Jewelry as emotional carrier, can better deliver humanistic ideas behind the design in silence.This paper studies the emotional expression skills of contemporary jewelry design.
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