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One area we had to look into for this unit was decollage, therefore an inspiration for ones work to look at would be David McKean. He is an illustrator, photographer, comic book artist, graphic designer, film maker and musician. His work involves a lot of decollage. This is a process by which images are created by cutting, tearing away and removing pieces of the original image.

One area we had to look into for this unit was decollage, therefore an inspiration for ones work to look at would be David McKean. He is an illustrator, photographer, comic book artist, graphic designer, film maker and musician. His work involves a lot of decollage. This is a process by which images are created by cutting, tearing away and removing pieces of the original image.

For my first window display for Unit 3+4, i decided to use one of my origami designs and use it as a backdrop for a Chanel window display. I decided to turn the shape of the folded paper into a brick wall, surrounded by graffiti to create an urban feel. This piece was all created by water colour paints.

For my first window display for Unit 3+4, i decided to use one of my origami designs and use it as a backdrop for a Chanel window display. I decided to turn the shape of the folded paper into a brick wall, surrounded by graffiti to create an urban feel. This piece was all created by water colour paints.

My final piece that i designed was a tunnel book, consisting of many layers. I used a music set as the background, this being because grunge clothing was very much influenced by music, for instance pearl jam and nirvana. i then used an extreme amount of glitter within the panels, representing the disco. On the floor of the set i used disco balls. My mannequins were models standing in the front of the music set, to look like they are a part of the band.

My final piece that i designed was a tunnel book, consisting of many layers. I used a music set as the background, this being because grunge clothing was very much influenced by music, for instance pearl jam and nirvana. i then used an extreme amount of glitter within the panels, representing the disco. On the floor of the set i used disco balls. My mannequins were models standing in the front of the music set, to look like they are a part of the band.

As a source of primary research, we took a visit to the London Design Museum, where there was an exhibition called 'Women Fashion Power'. This exhibition was a celebration of exceptional women, all the women involved being an inspiration and chosen because they are seen as leaders in their field and they understand that the clothes they wear are a part of the way that they communicate with the world. This event was a success and led me to have a lot more inspiration than i had to begin with.

As a source of primary research, we took a visit to the London Design Museum, where there was an exhibition called 'Women Fashion Power'. This exhibition was a celebration of exceptional women, all the women involved being an inspiration and chosen because they are seen as leaders in their field and they understand that the clothes they wear are a part of the way that they communicate with the world. This event was a success and led me to have a lot more inspiration than i had to begin with.

Using cultural influences as an inspiration, we were asked to create heat transfer designs according to a country of our choice. For this task i decided to use Italy as my inspiration, therefore my designs being very venetian inspired and containing lots of lace. After this we were then asked to create a window display inspired by this.

Using cultural influences as an inspiration, we were asked to create heat transfer designs according to a country of our choice. For this task i decided to use Italy as my inspiration, therefore my designs being very venetian inspired and containing lots of lace. After this we were then asked to create a window display inspired by this.

This project was focusing on visual merchandising and designing different window displays. Using a previous Hugo boss window display as an inspiration, we were asked to create some display designs using simple folded paper as a starting point. After folding paper, we were asked to sketch our outcomes. I decided to watercolour paint my designs to add more texture and 3D effect.

This project was focusing on visual merchandising and designing different window displays. Using a previous Hugo boss window display as an inspiration, we were asked to create some display designs using simple folded paper as a starting point. After folding paper, we were asked to sketch our outcomes. I decided to watercolour paint my designs to add more texture and 3D effect.

Using a piece inspired by David McKean, i chose to design a shop window display inspired by a piece i created previously. I decided to create a window piece inspired by spring/summer, to go with the theme and colours used, representing nature using blossoming flowers and clear skies.

Using a piece inspired by David McKean, i chose to design a shop window display inspired by a piece i created previously. I decided to create a window piece inspired by spring/summer, to go with the theme and colours used, representing nature using blossoming flowers and clear skies.

Using the previous piece of work as an inspiration, we were then asked to create our own decollage. This piece could of been developed by adding more textures and materials. I took a picture of a model and removed the eyes, the nostrils and the lips and replaced with a natural background.

Using the previous piece of work as an inspiration, we were then asked to create our own decollage. This piece could of been developed by adding more textures and materials. I took a picture of a model and removed the eyes, the nostrils and the lips and replaced with a natural background.

One of our themes for our window displays was story telling. Tim Walker is a fashion photographer that has appeared in Vogue for over a decade. He has used childrens stories as an aspect in his photography. We were asked to look into photographers like this and use their work as inspiration.

One of our themes for our window displays was story telling. Tim Walker is a fashion photographer that has appeared in Vogue for over a decade. He has used childrens stories as an aspect in his photography. We were asked to look into photographers like this and use their work as inspiration.

for the lead up to our final piece, we was asked to come up with a concept board and plan as to what we would like to design. For my final plan i decided to go for the theme of 'Grungo' which is a combination of grunge and disco, seeing as we had to come up with a trend vision, combining two trends. i decided for my final piece to appeal to the 18-30's age range and to be sold at a store of my choice, urban outfitters, which i thought would suit my trend best.

for the lead up to our final piece, we was asked to come up with a concept board and plan as to what we would like to design. For my final plan i decided to go for the theme of 'Grungo' which is a combination of grunge and disco, seeing as we had to come up with a trend vision, combining two trends. i decided for my final piece to appeal to the 18-30's age range and to be sold at a store of my choice, urban outfitters, which i thought would suit my trend best.

For my first window display for Unit 3+4, i decided to use one of my origami designs and use it as a backdrop for a Chanel window display. I decided to turn the shape of the folded paper into a brick wall, surrounded by graffiti to create an urban feel. This piece was all created by water colour paints.

For my first window display for Unit 3+4, i decided to use one of my origami designs and use it as a backdrop for a Chanel window display. I decided to turn the shape of the folded paper into a brick wall, surrounded by graffiti to create an urban feel. This piece was all created by water colour paints.

My final piece that i designed was a tunnel book, consisting of many layers. I used a music set as the background, this being because grunge clothing was very much influenced by music, for instance pearl jam and nirvana. i then used an extreme amount of glitter within the panels, representing the disco. On the floor of the set i used disco balls. My mannequins were models standing in the front of the music set, to look like they are a part of the band.

My final piece that i designed was a tunnel book, consisting of many layers. I used a music set as the background, this being because grunge clothing was very much influenced by music, for instance pearl jam and nirvana. i then used an extreme amount of glitter within the panels, representing the disco. On the floor of the set i used disco balls. My mannequins were models standing in the front of the music set, to look like they are a part of the band.

As a source of primary research, we took a visit to the London Design Museum, where there was an exhibition called 'Women Fashion Power'. This exhibition was a celebration of exceptional women, all the women involved being an inspiration and chosen because they are seen as leaders in their field and they understand that the clothes they wear are a part of the way that they communicate with the world. This event was a success and led me to have a lot more inspiration than i had to begin with.

As a source of primary research, we took a visit to the London Design Museum, where there was an exhibition called 'Women Fashion Power'. This exhibition was a celebration of exceptional women, all the women involved being an inspiration and chosen because they are seen as leaders in their field and they understand that the clothes they wear are a part of the way that they communicate with the world. This event was a success and led me to have a lot more inspiration than i had to begin with.

Using cultural influences as an inspiration, we were asked to create heat transfer designs according to a country of our choice. For this task i decided to use Italy as my inspiration, therefore my designs being very venetian inspired and containing lots of lace. After this we were then asked to create a window display inspired by this.

Using cultural influences as an inspiration, we were asked to create heat transfer designs according to a country of our choice. For this task i decided to use Italy as my inspiration, therefore my designs being very venetian inspired and containing lots of lace. After this we were then asked to create a window display inspired by this.

This project was focusing on visual merchandising and designing different window displays. Using a previous Hugo boss window display as an inspiration, we were asked to create some display designs using simple folded paper as a starting point. After folding paper, we were asked to sketch our outcomes. I decided to watercolour paint my designs to add more texture and 3D effect.

This project was focusing on visual merchandising and designing different window displays. Using a previous Hugo boss window display as an inspiration, we were asked to create some display designs using simple folded paper as a starting point. After folding paper, we were asked to sketch our outcomes. I decided to watercolour paint my designs to add more texture and 3D effect.

Using a piece inspired by David McKean, i chose to design a shop window display inspired by a piece i created previously. I decided to create a window piece inspired by spring/summer, to go with the theme and colours used, representing nature using blossoming flowers and clear skies.

Using a piece inspired by David McKean, i chose to design a shop window display inspired by a piece i created previously. I decided to create a window piece inspired by spring/summer, to go with the theme and colours used, representing nature using blossoming flowers and clear skies.

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