When semiotics is viewed over the art signs and symbols,they give every viewer their own perception to understand the meaning. Artistsconvey their message in a pictorial language with standard, basic rules ofpicture-making. Today with this leading technology we all have become visualart consumers who interact, read signs and signals and decode them to formmeaning and learn information out unconsciously all the time. Everythingsurrounding us today involving us and our opinion is interacting and beinginfluenced by signs, words, image and sound. This interaction is a form of athought control, that we are able to convey our messages creatively and havethem making a point for a larger audience to perceive it in the way we wantthem to perceive or the way they themselves want to understand the meaning.
Similarly, artwork with a conceptual meaning that has a message to be conveyedcan activate audience’s minds to collect and understand the meaning. Pictorial semiotics is mostly the study of pictures in aconstructive verbal description that is done with keeping the nature of act inmind. Comparing this to Saussure’s theory, Linguistic communities that speak adecided language are frequently implementing tiny changes that are easily beingable to amend with. The thought of depiction where rules needs to be followedare used by using signs. This is where the concepts of semiotics are used tolay out and break information to larger audiences. Artists usually find the distinctness between the signifier (sound or image) and the meaning thathas been expressed by a sign.
Signhere usually acts as a carrier of information that we use to understand theportrayed situation or thought and the work shown by the artist by comparing itto our knowledge.