Integration of Science and Art: Take the Micro Art Design Transformation of Material Structure Diagram Through the Combination of Material Science and Art Design as an Example
Keywords:Integration of Science and Art, Material Science, Art Design, Sustainability, Material Structure Diagram, Micro Art
This paper takes the combination of material science and art design as the research entry point, and is committed to establishing a new combination of art and science in a system. Based on the development of nature and art, and with visual aesthetics as the core, explores new art forms and scientific publicity forms. In this paper, the creative practice takes the redesign of material structure diagram as an example to intuitively explain the micro beauty of material structure and the value of its artistic continuity. Finally, the integration of science and art will promote the transformation and application of scientific research achievements. This can effectively promote the development of creative design.
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