Friday, November 06, 2009

Nomadic Wonderland

Can transformative textiles be one solution to aid sustainable design? Well Eunsuk Hur a recent graduate from central Saint Martins School of Art and Design is asking and answering that question with her new line, Nomadic Wonderland.

Nomadic Wonderland is an interchangeable modular system of textile pieces that can be transformed by the user to create a new pieces of clothing or interior accessories which promote sustainable design. Each piece can be put together in a variety of ways allowing the user freedom of design with playful experimentation, different outfits that are emotionally durable and multifunctional.

Using laser cutting and various printing processes: such as sublimation printing on wood, acid printing on wool felt, etching onto leather as well as handcraft techniques. The user has the choice of colour, shape and textiles that can be altered over and over again, thus creating a sustainable product.

The results are striking, intricate and arresting. The neutral color palette combined with black and dark grey illustrations really evoke a graphic yet ostentatious result.

1 comment:

  1. OH, THE GORGEOUSNESS!!! Fit for Valkyrie :)


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