In the current global cultural and information integration environment, my country not only draws lessons from Western design concepts, but also gradually recognizes exotic cultures and design styles. In a sense, the traditional history and culture will be squeezed and excluded to varying degrees, that is to say, in the field of graphic design, the development and inheritance of traditional culture will face challenges. How to integrate traditional poetry into graphic design is not only an important way to innovate graphic design education, but also an important measure to solve the inheritance and development of Chinese traditional culture in graphic design. Key words: graphic design; poetic culture; higher vocational education I.
Introduction: The design that builds a sense of depth Image Manipulation Service in the two-dimensional plane space is the so-called plane design. The picture must break through the plane limit, stretch to infinity and connect with the essence of the world, with rich connotation. The taboo of graphic design is that the imagination is fixed on the plane, without depth and connotation, but only the arrangement and combination of design elements. Although the whole is relatively delicate, it can even give people a sensory impact, but it is difficult for people to produce aftertaste. That is to say, such a graphic design is just a pile of symbols, lacking the soul and vitality of the application.
If the poetry is integrated into the graphic design, the design will have a distant artistic conception. Of course, graphic design and poetry obviously have no equal relationship. Graphic design should not only show meaning and connotation on the plane, but also highlight it in two-dimensional space, so the processing of images needs to be more careful. 2. Commonality between poetic culture and graphic design (1) Application of visual image. An important feature of literature and art is the use of images to convey emotions and reflect the essence of society. The content conveyed by the visual image mainly includes the color, shape, distance and height of the object.