The emergence of art deco as a dimension of art began in the early 1920’s. this period was characterized by a jovial mood following the incidences that were leading to the end of the First World War. The entire global populace was characterized by a feeling of bright future. different economies were rapidly developing, especially in Europe and the United States of America. People were filled with joy and high sense of liberty. During this period, Jazz Music was at its peak, while in some sections of the society, women and other minority groups had acquired their rights of voting, specifically during election periods. The society was also characterized by rapid emergence of tourism, which was popularly known as Leisure Travels’. The machine age and technology were also rapidly advancing. the quality of human life was improving at a rapid date. During this period, skyscrapers were built. radio was invented as well as the printing press. Historical evidence indicate that the society was filled with tremendous joy and their there was high level of anticipation of brighter future. Consequently, the hustle associated with these developments was accompanied with the rapid emergence of the Art Deco Style. History indicates that a major arts’ exhibition was held in Paris during 1925. artists referred to this exhibition as ‘Exposition Internationale’. Major and popular artists, craftsmen, expert architects and designers from various parts of the World as well as in France attended this crucial event.