Toward Design Magazine

Toward Design Magazine featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Joss

Joss is a line of designer t-shirts endeavors fusion of art and technology to create a unique process where illustration design and material design happen simultaneously to convey an interdisciplinary artifact of intricacy. It embraces the eternal topics of love,life and death with high-tech nanofabric NanoJ. Its outstanding water-repellent and oil-resistant property is realized through a unique manipulation to orderly attach nanoparticles on the fabric’s fiber -more durable and comfortable, versus other water-repellent fabrics in the market have nanoparticles “cross-linked” without order.

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Somnium

Somnium is a line of designer t-shirts endeavors fusion of art and technology to create a unique process where illustration design and material design happen simultaneously to convey an interdisciplinary artifact of intricacy. It embraces the eternal topics of love,life and death with high-tech nanofabric NanoJ. Its outstanding water-repellent and oil-resistant property is realized through a unique manipulation to orderly attach nanoparticles on the fabric’s fiber -more durable and comfortable,versus other water-repellent fabrics in the market have nanoparticles “cross-linked” without order.

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Grigi

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MY DIARY AT FLORENCE

The work reflects the journey of the young Chinese artist searching for her true self at the most prestigious art school, Academia di Belle Arti di Firenze, where she’s absorbed the energy coming from the collision of Chinese and western culture, and turned it into these stunning pieces of art. By printing those amazing patterns on woolen materials, the most faithful reproduction of the traditional Chinese rice paper, the calligraphy delivers the power of writing and the charm of art.

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Jungle

Jungle is a mix of various elements that make sense as a whole. SOLO Jungle is a fusion of watercolor paintings on canvas and digital sketches depicted on reused fabrics. We love the idea of reused fabrics as a way to protect nature. The blend of basic watercolor and digital shapes renders a pattern that truly represents the lush, dense aspect of the jungle. Such an intense green effect was obtained through printing, that pantone used SOLO Jungle to sustain their Greenery concept.

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The Language of Flowers

Traditionally made Silk Screen print designs inspired by Victorian history with a mix of different flowers reimagined and symbolised to have a 60s and 70s colourful twist on a blue or black background which will be constructed and completed using modern techniques and applied to garments in a fashion collection

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