A Graphical Vision of Aesthetics of Al-Quds Architecture through the Digital Technology

  • Omran M. Hassan

Abstract

This study addresses the possibilities of digital technology in the creativity of an applied graphic
study of the aesthetics of Jerusalem architecture through the Islamic and Christian architectural
monuments of Al-Quds city, because of its great religious and historical importance
The study was conducted on a sample of Islamic and Christian antiquities in the city of Jerusalem
by collecting archaeological data that represent successive time periods, redesigning and drawing
through addition and deletion as a work of art from a graphic perspective, and merging them with the
effect of chisel engraving technology used in traditional graphic arts.
Analysis was done on the samples of artworks that have been processed on the monuments of
Jerusalem through the digital technology used and the methods of deletion and addition in terms of
font and color usages in the printed artwork.
The most frequently used analytical and evaluation criteria on the artistic and visual elements of
these research technical experiments, the effect of this on developing the performance and artistic
direction of the researcher, and the possibility of applying this to other archaeological sites. It was a
case study of Jerusalem and the role of graphic art in showing the artistic and aesthetic values of that
city.
It was relied on using the criteria for visual analysis and evaluation of the produced works, and the
most important aesthetic and visual Art aspects resulting from these visional artworks for the
monuments of Al-Quds city.

Published
2020-05-01
How to Cite
Omran M. Hassan. (2020). A Graphical Vision of Aesthetics of Al-Quds Architecture through the Digital Technology. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(7s), 2819-2838. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/17341