Sourcing Ideas for Textile Design: Researching Colour, Surface, Structure, Texture and Pattern (Basics Textile Design)
A visual goldmine for designers of original print, weave and embellishment, Sourcing Ideas for Textile Design will permit you to generate new ideas, develop them methodically and in the end create beautifully designed textiles. The carefully selected range of images illustrate how to use visual information in this process from a lot of sources, breaking down the process into key themes – colour, surface, structure, texture and pattern.
This second edition includes:
· case studies and interviews with insight into visual research and development from revered practising designers, including Dries Van Noten and Reiko Sudo;
· Spotlight sections offer historical or cultural perspectives on each and every point in the process; and,
· new coverage of material investigation, colour analysis, presentation and curation, in addition to advice on IP and copyright.
You’ll also be guided through the three stages of textile design where you’ll:
· generate your idea;
· work to develop it; and,
· create your developed idea in the studio.
By engaging with this approach, and exploring new ways of seeing strange things through the key themes, you’ll be able to learn how to create improbable effects in your textile design.
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