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Each day The Muse Of Fine Arts presents a new graphic symbol drawn from any and all walks of life, past or present.

 

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The Muse of fine arts says...

A graphic symbol may be deceptively simple or overtly complex; it may possess great visual beauty or ingenious aesthetic design; it may symbolize inspired imagination or profound belief; it may have the power to make you feel or to move mountains. Value it.

Today's Graphic Symbol

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About This Feature

A symbol is something used for or regarded as representing something else; a material object representing or designating something, often something immaterial. A graphic symbol is a still image, a design, something you can see with your eyes that represents something else. It may be an emblem, token, mark, or sign.

The Muse Of Fine Arts holds the opinion that graphic symbols are not accidents; they have a reason for being. They mean or express something that needs to be said; they have a purpose, no matter by what deliberate act, historical coincidence, unconscious motivation, or long and winding road they may have reached the light of day.

Graphic symbols are one of the most influential and pervasive means of expression available to mankind. The ones you see here are either submitted for publication by The Muse's visitors or collected by ETAF Staff from the vast cultural reservoir of symbols at large.

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Electricka invites you to submit your own Graphic Symbol Of The Day for publication here.

To find out more about how to submit your work, consult Electricka's Guidelines For Arts Information Contributors—Graphic Symbol Of The Day: click here.

To encourage you to write and submit your own original essay on this subject, The Muse has declared Symbol of the Week an Arts information feature.

  • For more information about this and other Arts Information Features, visit the Arts Information page at this web site: click here.

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You are now visiting an feature sponsored by The Muse Of Fine Arts called Graphic Symbol Of The Day. Another feature called Symbol Of The Week is a related but distinctly different feature that is sponsored by Electricka. Do not confuse the two features.

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