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아르누보 문양을 활용한 넥타이디자인 개발연구

Title
아르누보 문양을 활용한 넥타이디자인 개발연구
Other Titles
A Study on Necktie Design Using Art Nouveau`s Pattern
Author
이수철
Keywords
아르누보; 넥타이; 패턴디자인; Art Nouveau; Necktie; Pattern Design
Issue Date
2008-06
Publisher
한국디자인문화학회
Citation
한국디자인문화학회지, v. 14, No. 2, Page. 356-366
Abstract
In rapidly changing comtemporary society, a necktie, as one of the men`s accessaries, has become an important fashion item with the change of men`s value. Many men want to have various kinds of neckties to satisfy their desire. As of today, it is placed in insufficient and lacking study to depeople the competitive necktie design and to compete with the international brands. Thus, it has need of continual necktie design development to deal with international necktie design. For this, this study aims at developing special and original necktie design using Art Nouveau`s patterns, and subdivided Art Nouveau`s patterns after analyzing Art Nouveau styles and forms. Photoshop and Illustration were used for necktie design. Simulation was conducted to check these designs. Therefore, the first theme was Art Nouveau`s animal patterns focused on Wildlife arrange. The second theme was plants and abstract patterns focused on Classic arrange. The third theme was flower patterns focused on Culture Arrange. The fourth theme was abstract pattern focused on bio arrange. The fifth theme was latter patterns focused on Deco arrange. As mentioned above, this study targets on the development of necktie design using Art Nouveau`s patterns. It is expected that this will be an important material for future design. When more original patterns are designed for neckties, it is possible to be a competitive necktie.
URI
http://www.dbpia.co.kr/Article/NODE06541855https://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/104583
ISSN
1598-6497
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