The explorations of shapes and colors where the contrast and harmony play an eye-catching rule by itself. The mix of organic natural forms accompanied by bright and sharp colors which gave the refreshment and pleasant look to the piece. The delicate line art which is juxtaposed on colored surfaces that creates the floral compositions, which flows with total freedom between each other and where each part has its space to breathe, grow and going forward.
This product is a part of works of Studio of Textile Design in Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague. The concept for this scarf is the combination of designer's back ground, Asian culture and Czech one. Digital Print on square silk scarf. The designer got that concept by her surroundings: she is originally from Japan but currently studying textile design in Prague, so this situation made her to get the idea, and she decided to design a scarf that describes herself.
The Effect Of Paradox gives energy to all fashion products that this pattern is applied, and also gives sophisticated feeling. The glittering shape of plankton on the sea was expressed like blue flowers blooming. It is a project that expresses the beauty of nature that designer have seen in repetitive daily lives and can breathe light and hope into everyone who suffers from the hardships of the world.
Unisex scarves with unique digitally-printed contemporary patterns produced using a bespoke software programme called MovISee that uses body movement to reconstruct digital data such as photos and reveal organic details not possible solely by computer programming. The software enables the designer to create asymmetrical and non-repeat patterns, resulting in multifaceted and playful scarves that can be worn in different ways according to ones mood or occasion, and are unlike any other products in the textiles or fashion accessories market.
DefeXtiles is a rapid and low-cost technique to produce realistic high-fidelity textiles on 3D printers. The work demonstrates that under-extrusion defects can be finely controlled to quickly print thin flexible textiles into complex 3D shapes. This approach enables a myriad of applications including printing full sized garments, deformable tangible interfaces, and ultra-tough shuttlecocks.
This fabric is made from rubber rings by a special weaving technique suitable for annular materials. It can weave rubber rings together to be a reticular fabric and convert them into wearable designs but not cause any damage to the annular structure that all the materials inside the fabric are intact and can be reused. In addition, It does not require professional skill and special tools that even laymen without any weaving experience can easily use this craft. Everyone can knit his own clothes easily by this way.