Integration of traditional Chinese patterns in the

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The integration of traditional Chinese patterns and patterns in packaging design three

1.4 Han Dynasty brick painting

Han Dynasty brick painting, like Han Dynasty stone carvings, is a decorative painting carved on bricks and then fired. Stone carvings of portraits flourished in the Han, Wei, Six Dynasties and Tang Dynasty. There was one in the Han Dynasty. A loyal minister must be a dutiful son. In other words, in order to show their loyalty and filial piety, the descendants of the deceased, from princes to landlords and rich businessmen, did not hesitate to spend a lot of money to build a tomb with standardized and unit design, and asked craftsmen to test it: the drop hammer impact experiment carved paintings on stone bricks. The rise of heavy burial in the Han Dynasty correspondingly improved the skill of stone carving, which can be said to have reached the peak of stone carving. The stone carvings of the Han Dynasty have become the representative works of stone carvings of all dynasties, so later generations often call them "stone carvings of the Han Dynasty"

the main contents of the stone carvings of portraits are: historical figures, fairy tales, social production and life conditions, as well as those depicting the achievements and life experiences of the dead before death, as well as the ascension after death, and praising "ancient saints and sages", such as Fuxi, Shennong, Duke Zhou, Confucius, etc; There are also performances of "Rangers", "martyrs" and "martyrs". As shown in Figure 5. The whole artistic modeling is concise and simple, vivid and beautiful, changing the natural image into a pattern image

1.5 square wins the dish length [3)

eight auspicious, one of the Eight Buddhist magic objects (conch, Dharma wheel, umbrella, white cover, lotus, Aquarius, goldfish, dish length). The "description book of Lama Temple magic objects" contains: "dish length, the Buddha said that the circle implements all the meaning of clarity." It was widely used in the Ming and Qing Dynasties, with auspicious meanings and continuous symbols. Patterns are widely used, with many changes, such as quadrangle length, Wandai length, Fangsheng length and so on. People usually call it "Chinese knot". The sentiment and wisdom shown in it is a side of the ancient Chinese civilization

like other Chinese arts, Chinese knots take advantage of natural forms and homonyms to take their meanings. For example, the combination of "auspicious knot", "sweet knot" and "fish knot" becomes a knot ornament of "auspicious and auspicious", and the combination of "bat knot" and "money knot" can form a "blessing in front of you", etc. By analogy, the connotation of blessing such as "longevity and well-being", "wealth", "reunion and happiness", "happiness and auspiciousness" and "joy and joy" has been extended. It has been used as a symbol of folk use of energizer to pray, and has become an auspicious ornament handed down from generation to generation

among the Chinese knots, there is also a kind of magic object that is considered to connect gods, which can achieve the effects of exorcising evil spirits and avoiding disasters, calming evil and receiving good luck, but Yin and protecting Yang, such as "auspicious knot" and "Pan Chang knot", as shown in Figure 6. This kind of "knot", as a talisman condensing mysterious religious concepts, has been widely used in the folk and formed a certain inheritance mechanism

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