Monthly Archives: June 2011

laser cut lace

Print development and some dress development. It was inspired by my theme: Gene transformation. – Jemmy Sham Advertisements

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Ruptured

The idea of beauty often denotes images of balance, symmetry and perfection.  Modern science and society also tells us ratio and mathematical exactness is a beautiful aesthetic to adhere to. For my project I want to explore the curiosities that … Continue reading

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Printing Process

     

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Cape turned Jacket turned Cape once more!

Having created the cape early on in the semester, see prior blog post, I continued on with the idea. I wanted to refine the panels and silhouette whilst experimenting with differing textiles. I took the cape, translated the data onto … Continue reading

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A photograph to take note of.

With Tailoring behind me, completed in second semester last year, I looked back on to my photographs and research. I came across this photograph. Back then I thought nowthing of it… The inside of a jacket… and!? Now, I look … Continue reading

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Early Semester #2

Early in the semester, in another class, we were working to a different tune… A recycled garment was to be used –a men’s tailored jacket. The brief was to create a new garment male or female from the existing piece. … Continue reading

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Early Semester

Early in the semester, there were two varying methods of construction in which I worked. In one class, we started with the base of a fitted jacket, including a notch lapel. From this starting point, panels of material were sewn … Continue reading

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