Information File: Week 16/17

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Above - Thinking about denim, I thought about farmer's work wear. I like this picture and could collage in colour over this. 

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Above - (own photo) from my local market. I like the grassy - textured fabric used to cover tables and the orange net that holds the onions.

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Above - (own photo) from my local market. I think the close ups of the foods are interesting for print ideas.

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Above - (own photo) from my local market. I love the colours here and the price tags.

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Above - (own photo) from my local market. Create something inspired by the casual market that is also elegant?

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Above - (own photo) from my local market. I like what they are wearing because it's similar to what most others were wearing. A padded coat and/or hat. 

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Above - (own photo) from my local market. I like this image because it makes me think of caging - could I make a print and then 'cage' it with a netted fabric?

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Above - (own photo) from my local market. I found this side of the market interesting. So far I'd looked at the farmers and the traders, and here is the delivery man. I like the texture inside of the lorry and the scattered mess that is made.

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Above - I like this image because it made me think of a farmer's family. I also like the mosaic look to it and could use this mosaic idea for prints. 

From 'Lit.' Magazine

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Above - I like the contrast of light and dark tones here. I could use this colour blocking idea in prints.

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Above - I liked the busyness of this photo and the muted colours. 

From book 'Around the World in 125 Years - Europe and Africa'.

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Above - In my sketchbook I did a print  that was based on the fruit stalls. It was pink and reminded me of 50's housewives. I used a pink j-cloth in the print, which relates to the housewife chores. 

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Above - After looking into 50's housewives, I liked this image because of her ruffled apron. It's as if it's tiered. It made me think about creating a tiered shirt or pair of shorts.

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Above - This shoot was really cool because it combined all the colours that I'm looking at with the market scene.

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Above - I like the dark colour in this contrasted by the bright colours. 

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Above - I prefer the colour palette here to the actual garments. I love the blue and the orange. 

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Above - I liked this image because of what she is wearing. I can see this checked print in blue and white in an almost apron shape. 

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Above - (own photo) from my local market. This is my favourite photo. I love the separation of the random objects and can make prints from all of these colours and shapes. I like the tie-dye effect buckets at the bottom. I've matched a small sample of dyed denim with this; however, I think tie-dying denim in this project is too obvious. 

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Above - (own photo) from my local market. Everything sold at the market seems to be separated and boxed. I think this is a cool idea for creating a print.

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Above - (own photo) from my local market. I really like this boxed idea! I think separating my prints somehow could be cool rather than just having one big print.

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Above - (own photo) from my local market. I like the composition of the jeans.

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Above - (own photo) from my local market. "Oh did you want me to pose?" His hat reminded me of a farmer's hat and I could use this action shot to draw from. 

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Above - (own photo) from my local market. I like this close up because the colour blocking of the silver and green, mixed with the brick texture is nice. I also like the blue and oranges in the research and this could look effective in this colour blocking style.

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Above - (own photo) from my local market. I like the contrast of larger and smaller shapes, I could take this for printing ideas and also take the colours.

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Above - (own photo) from my local market. I was interested in the casual clothing that everyone wore and the dull colours. I could combine these muted tones with a bright print.

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Above - I like collaging over black and white images in colour so I thought this was really cool. 

From 'Lit.' Magazine

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Above - I thought the market bag was cool and the socks and shoes that people are wearing. I could maybe use this in styling my final garment.

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Above - I like this black and white image because it could be contrasted with colour. 

From book 'Around the World in 125 Years - Europe and Africa'.

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Above - I thought this was cool because I had previously thought about boxing or separating my prints. I like the composition. 

From Pinterest.

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Above - After looking at how casually the market traders dress, I thought about creating something elegant with a very casual side to it. Such as a hood or large pockets. 

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Above - I like this image because I began to think of the 50's housewives and this combines that with the market. I can collage over this in colour.

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Above - I started to play around with shoulder structure in a blue j-cloth and I came across this image. It worked well with the development.

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Above - I like the black and white photos because collaging over them with coloured pens gives a cool effect. I love how casual they both look. I also like how all of the men seem to wear denim and the women wear printed clothing. I want to contrast these.

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Above - (own photo) from my local market. I love taken random photos like this, because it makes you look at things differently. It makes me look at this area in detail and notice the gaps in the bricks, the creased plastic and the pieces of rubbish. I could take these ideas (such as bricks) and use them for prints.

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Above - (own photo) from my local market. I like watching the people here and these could be recreated as drawings.

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Above - (own photo) from my local market. I could take the market trader's clothing for inspiration because it is so casual and quite sportswear. 

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Above - (own photo) from my local market. I like the contrast of different denims and could buy two types of denim to compliment each other in my work. 

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Above - (own photo) from my local market. It was almost closing up time for the market and so it was quite empty. I thought this was interesting because it's normally so busy. I like the bold red colour and could show this in prints.

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Above - (own photo) from my local market. I was intrigued by the different shapes and colours.

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Above - (own photo) from my local market. The striped plastic was old and worn. Maybe I could make denim look like this with a print?

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Above - (own photo) from my local market. This made me think of chef whites and the checked trousers that butchers wear. I could use this as a print.

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Above - I like all of the different hints of colour in this image. 

From 'Lit.' Magazine

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Above - I like his style and could use this idea of pleating in my work.

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Above - I liked this picture because of their tatty clothes and all of their facial expressions. 

From Pinterest.

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Above - I love this shoot because of the caged background. Earlier I thought about 'caging' a print and this is a really nice image to show that.

From '' Magazine

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Above - I had a good lot of samples for print ideas but I needed to find a structure. I developed the large skirts/shorts but this didn't work. I found this image and loved the long sleeves with high neck. This gives a good base for a print. 

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