Ornament SVG – a pattern based on the repetition and alternating elements of its components, designed to decorate various items (utensils, tools and weapons, textiles, furniture, books, etc.), architectural buildings (both from the outside and in the interior), works of plastic arts (mainly applied), the primitive peoples also the human body (coloring, tattooing).
The ornament connected with the surface it decorates and visually organizes, as a rule, reveals or accentuates the architectonics of the object on which it is applied. The ornament either operates with abstract forms or styles real motifs.
History of Ornament SVG
The exact timing of the ornament is unknown. It captures the aesthetic understanding of human activity, creatively transforming, ordering nature or religious content. In ornament, especially in folklore, where it is most widely used, the folklore and poetic attitude to the world is depicted. Over time, the motifs lost their original meaning, preserving their decorative and architectural expressiveness. Of great importance in the genesis and further development of the ornament were aesthetic social needs: the rhythmic correctness of the generalized motifs was one of the early ways of artistic development of the world, helping to understand the orderliness and orderliness of reality. Not only the rhythm peculiar to many processes of human life and natural phenomena, but also other regularities were undoubtedly reflected in the ornamental motifs: the law of balance, when one can be equal to the set, the triplicity of the world, an incredibly significant phenomenon in the worldview of the ancients, present in the ornamental sign that has a center, the middle part and the periphery. Ultimately, the ornament was the beginning of a symbolic description of the world, as reflected in the studies of H.E. Kerlot.
The origin of the Ornament SVG dates back centuries, and its traces were first recorded in the Paleolithic period. In Neolithic culture, ornamentation has already reached a great variety of forms and became dominant. Over time, the ornamentation loses its dominant position and cognitive significance, but retains an important ordering and decorating role in the system of plastic creativity. Each epoch, style, consistently revealed national culture developed its own system, so the ornament is a reliable sign of belonging to a certain time, people, country. Undoubtedly, ornamental history also has its own constants, signs, which do not change over time, belong to different cultures, styles and cultural epochs. Such signs include, for example, a wheel. Ornamentation is especially developed where conventional forms of representation of reality prevail: in the Ancient East, in pre-Columbian America, in Asian cultures of antiquity and the Middle Ages, in the European Middle Ages. In folk art, since ancient times, stable principles and forms of ornamentation have been formed, which largely determine the national artistic traditions. For example, in India the ancient art of the sparrow (alpon) – ornamental drawing – prayer – has been preserved.