The “New Art” movement in Belgium has more vitality than the “New Art” movement in other countries because of the participation of “The Libre Esthetique”. Its far-reaching influence on graphic design also exceeds that of other European countries. Under the impetus of the industrial revolution, the idea of design for the public it publicized has made graphic design get rid of the shackles of powerful people and move from aristocratic design to popular design. The way of thinking and expression of design has also changed greatly, tremendously improving the freedom of design and providing strong support for the emergence and development of modern graphic design in the 20th century.