Asynchronous Design is a type of graphic design which utilizes surrealistic and abstract elements to create an artistic vision unlike traditional design. It is known for its use of vibrant colors, shapes, and textures in its compositions. One of its major proponents is the famous artist, M.C. Escher, who is well known for his use of mathematics and geometry in his work; his iconic creations such as the 'Relativity' and 'Scholastica' lithographs are indicative of the unique characteristics of Asynchronous Design.
Abstract art, visual storytelling, non-linear narrative, surrealism.
CITATION : "Olga Ivanova. 'Asynchronous Design.' Design+Encyclopedia. https://design-encyclopedia.com/?E=203664 (Accessed on March 25, 2023)"
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