한국 전통 화조도문양을 응용한 텍스타일 디자인 개발 연구

Title
한국 전통 화조도문양을 응용한 텍스타일 디자인 개발 연구
Other Titles
A Study of Textile Designs with Traditional Korean Painting of Flower and Bird Patterns
Author(s)
이연순이정은[이정은]
Keywords
Textile design; Traditional Korean Painting of Flowers and Birds; Lotus blossom; Peony blossom; 텍스타일디자인; 한국전통화조도; 연꽃; 모란꽃
Issue Date
201102
Publisher
한국의상디자인학회
Citation
한국의상디자인학회지, v.13, no.1, pp.113 - 123
Abstract
The purposes of this study were to re-interpret the Traditional Korean Painting of Flower and Bird Patterns from a modern point of view and use them in apparel textile design. A literature review of the Traditional Korean Painting of Flower and Bird Patterns was made first, and then, through manual and Photoshop workings, two apparel textile designs were suggested. The results were as follows. First, Traditional Korean Paintings of Birds and Flowers are covered not only by decorative beauty but also by the common pure hope and ideology of loving and adoring nature, which is inherent in the symbolism and racial characteristics and high aesthetic sense appeared by ancestors' life feeling. The meaning that is symbolized by each subject matter appearing in the Transcontinental Painting of Bird and Flower is important, but the ancestors' deeper and affectionate desire is shown in the harmony and happy aspect of a picture where more than two subject matters appear, such as Song Hak do where pine is with crane, cockscomb with chicken, bamboo with beacon fire, or a couple of them with flower. Second, two kinds of textile designs were suggested. The motif of work 1 targeted professional women of activity and individuality in their late 30s to early 40s. The lotus blossom pattern was selected to present its concept, “Chic Elegance.” The motif of work 2 targeted intelligent women in their mid 40s, and the peony blossom was selected to present its concept, “Romantic Elegance.”
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/25606
ISSN
1229-7240
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