Collection: Part 3

Sketchbook

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Tim Burton

Spider Diagram

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Relattionship between Bibbit and Ratched

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Characher drawings Inspired by Tim Burton

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Body language

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Initial idea

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Contemporary

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Mcqueen Spraypaint

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(repeat) Carrying on from the idea of visual moving art I remember a garment created by Alexander Mcqueen using machines to spray paint a dress. The outcome to this garments was messy, careless and thoughtless however, there was a clear sign of movement within the garment as it developed over time to reveal a yellow and black design. This was the main stimulus of the design.

Carrying on from the idea of visual moving art I remember a garment created by Alexander Mcqueen using machines to spray paint a dress. The outcome to this garments was messy, careless and thoughtless however, there was a clear sign of movement within the garment as it developed over time to reveal a yellow and black design. This was the main stimulus of the design.

When seeing this dress in real life at the V&A  it was much grander in person, it managed to take up so much space in the exhibition that it created a personality of its own, sitting amongst the audience in the middle of the room and growing a design of its own. Other work covering evolution made me want to look at growing work further. Seeing a design process similar to pen wall 2:8 circles gives a sense of accomplishment when the design is complete. 

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Abuse

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McQueen Blood

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Samples

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Blood Samples

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Blue

Bruises

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Character relationship Diagram

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Relationship between McMurphy and Chief

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Tim Burton

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Barbican

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Butoh

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Proposal

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Soluble fabric

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(repeat) In comparison to garments evolving I also started looking at garments which deteriorated, I felt the effects were similar in ways as they both modified their designs to reveal a change in the overall structure. The dress seen above was shown at a fashion show where showers were installed at the centre of the stage. As models walk up onto the platform their soluble garments would dissolve as the outfit became completely immersed in water. One the fabric was fully dissolved the garment underneath was revealed to be much more designed and well fitting compared to the original bulky design due to its main feature of covering the dress underneath. 

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Image

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Fine Art Painting

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