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 This collection inspired by mold is an examination of innovative textile collaborated with creative construction.  Scientific explorations with deep research and reinterpretation of mold evolve more attractive and unique design identity showing beautiful craftsmanship which gives a romantic and modern feeling underlying a touch of playful sense.   
       
     
 I basically was intrigued by its shapes, colors, and textures. And the more I researched I could find more interesting characteristic of mold/fungus. It has the own way of growing and there have been many studies to reveal the secret.
       
     
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 Biological experiment;  I grew my own textile prints led by Ali Schachtschneider and Annelie Koller who are Parsons School of Design alumni researchers working with biology. In this workshop, bacteria was a biologically grown design medium, and it was used to create printed textiles.  I worked with naturally colored bacteria which secrete pigments that will be grown and printed onto fabrics, creating individual bio-textile pieces. Biomaterials and biodesign are the new and unknown yet exciting field to be discovered appreciating the use of science in art and design.   
       
     
 initial sketches inspired by the shape of the mold
       
     
 initial sketches inspired by the colors and textures of the mold
       
     
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moldp_Page_06.jpg
       
     
moldp_Page_05.jpg
       
     
 This collection inspired by mold is an examination of innovative textile collaborated with creative construction.  Scientific explorations with deep research and reinterpretation of mold evolve more attractive and unique design identity showing beautiful craftsmanship which gives a romantic and modern feeling underlying a touch of playful sense.   
       
     

This collection inspired by mold is an examination of innovative textile collaborated with creative construction.

Scientific explorations with deep research and reinterpretation of mold evolve more attractive and unique design identity showing beautiful craftsmanship which gives a romantic and modern feeling underlying a touch of playful sense.

 

 I basically was intrigued by its shapes, colors, and textures. And the more I researched I could find more interesting characteristic of mold/fungus. It has the own way of growing and there have been many studies to reveal the secret.
       
     

I basically was intrigued by its shapes, colors, and textures. And the more I researched I could find more interesting characteristic of mold/fungus. It has the own way of growing and there have been many studies to reveal the secret.

ㄴㅇㄹ.jpg
       
     
 Biological experiment;  I grew my own textile prints led by Ali Schachtschneider and Annelie Koller who are Parsons School of Design alumni researchers working with biology. In this workshop, bacteria was a biologically grown design medium, and it was used to create printed textiles.  I worked with naturally colored bacteria which secrete pigments that will be grown and printed onto fabrics, creating individual bio-textile pieces. Biomaterials and biodesign are the new and unknown yet exciting field to be discovered appreciating the use of science in art and design.   
       
     

Biological experiment;

I grew my own textile prints led by Ali Schachtschneider and Annelie Koller who are Parsons School of Design alumni researchers working with biology. In this workshop, bacteria was a biologically grown design medium, and it was used to create printed textiles.

I worked with naturally colored bacteria which secrete pigments that will be grown and printed onto fabrics, creating individual bio-textile pieces. Biomaterials and biodesign are the new and unknown yet exciting field to be discovered appreciating the use of science in art and design.

 

 initial sketches inspired by the shape of the mold
       
     

initial sketches inspired by the shape of the mold

 initial sketches inspired by the colors and textures of the mold
       
     

initial sketches inspired by the colors and textures of the mold

moldp_Page_14.jpg
       
     
moldp_Page_15.jpg
       
     
Scan.jpeg
       
     
IMG_8373.JPG
       
     
IMG_8369.JPG
       
     
Scan 3.jpeg
       
     
page.png
       
     
sdw.jpg
       
     
sdfw.jpg
       
     
moldp_Page_36.jpg
       
     
IMG_8022.png