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Besedilo kot motiv v kolekciji oblačil
Intihar, Valerija (Author), Peršuh, Nataša (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Burger Kovič, Katja (Co-mentor)

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Abstract
Namen diplomskega dela je bilo oblikovanje unikatne in eksperimentalne kolekcije oblačil, ki kot glavni motiv vzorca uporabljajo besedilo. Kroji izhajajo iz dekonstrukcije klasičnih oblačilnih kosov, ki niso opredeljeni za določen spol. V teoretičnem delu sem raziskovala človeško komunikacijo skozi tekstil in oblačila. Oblačila definirajo naš videz in so tako pomemben vizualno-komunikacijski element v družbi. Govorijo o naših interesih, položajih in estetiki; skozi izbiro barve, kroja, kombiniranja in materiala. Komunicirajo lahko tudi na bolj neposreden način, v tem primeru gre za besedilo kot motiv v tekstilnem vzorcu. Kot tako se pojavlja na različne načine – ko se struktura besedila podre in ne sledi več pravilom besednega, se besedilo pretvori v vizualno in postane vzorec. V diplomski nalogi sem se osredotočila na skupino besed in besednih zvez, jih uporabila na naštete možne načine ter opazovala njihov efekt na različnih materialih, oblačilnih kosih in skozi dve različni tekstilni tehniki; tisk in tkanje. Natančneje sem raziskala uporabo grafičnih elementov v oblačilih, tekstilni umetnosti in tekstilnih vzorcih, ključna časovna obdobja ter oblikovalska dela. Raziskala sem obdobja, ki so mi služila kot inspiracija ter razvoj uporabljenih tehnik skozi le-ta. V eksperimentalnem delu sem oblikovala kolekcijo oblačil v kateri sem uporabila dve tekstilni tehniki ustvarjanja vzorcev – sitotisk in žakarsko tkanje ter pojasnila svoje inspiracije pri oblikovanju. Cilj diplomskega dela je bilo oblikovati in izdelati kolekcijo oblačil z uporabo besedila kot tekstilnega motiva skozi dve različni tekstilni tehniki, raziskovati nosljivost take kolekcije in pa možnosti njene interpretacije.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:besedilo, komunikacija, punk, Bauhaus, žakarsko tkanje, sitotisk
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Organization:NTF - Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering
Year:2018
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Language:English
Title:Text as a motif in a fashion collection
Abstract:
The aim of the thesis was designing an experimental collection of clothes, which uses a graphic element – text and font as a main motif of the print. Patterns for the silhouettes origin in classic clothing such as coat, trousers, jacket, but their main characteristics are deconstructed, while combining them with materials made with print and jacquard weaving. Final pieces are not defined specifically for one gender. In the theoretical part I explored human communication through textiles and clothing. Clothes define our appearance and are an important element of visual communication in the society. They talk about our interests, positions and aesthetics – through the choice of color, cut, combination and material, or more directly – with the use of words themselves. As such, text can appear in many different ways – slogan, logo, expression of rebellion or with breaking the text structure, so it no longer follows the rules of the word and it becomes a visual pattern. More precisely I focused on direct use of text in clothing, textile art and prints, key history time periods and pre-existing design works. I looked into art periods which I used as inspiration for silhouettes and prints and studied how my main techniques developed through those periods. In the experimental part I designed clothing collection where I used two main techniques to design a pattern – silk screen printing and jacquard weaving and I explained where inspiration for the collection was found. The aim of my thesis work was to design a fashion collection using text as a main textile motif, achieving that through two main textile techniques, to explore its wearability and possibilities of its interpretation.

Keywords:text, communication, punk, Bauhaus, jacquard weaving, screen printing

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