In daily life and visual arts, painting and writing are used to express thoughts and emotions. Taking advantage of the characteristics of the era in which he lives, the artist creatively demonstrates his individual inferences. The artist reaches his expression by shaping his works at the level of abstract concepts with his mind and intuitive ability to perceive the world and forms with originality. Abstract thought in science and art forced the artist to use conceptual and abstract language. Abstract language movements such as De Stijl, which began with Cubism in art, led to fundamental changes in the way artists think and express. The dimension that De Stijl artists give to typography inspires artists who are after them and today to provide original expression and style. Artists try to give dimension to communication semantics, concepts and codes in the context of form content with typography. The art of typographical art leads to the formation of intermedyer art in the digital context of today's visual communication. Great responsibility falls to the artist and everyone in the way of giving products that will add value to society and increase the level of appreciation (Schiller, aesthetic individual, aesthetic society, aesthetic state).
Communication, Art, Typography, De Stijl, Creativity