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|Title: ||The Ghanaian Open Market as Resource for Textile Designs|
|Authors: ||Ama, Frema Adonteng|
|Issue Date: ||11-Jul-2009|
|Abstract: ||Presently, the designs created by the local textile printing companies in the country are of themes including proverbs, natural vegetation, traditional/national symbols, and geometrical shapes. Fashion has evolved significantly and so the design preferences of most customers have changed. Designing therefore must be adaptive and dynamic in order to cater for the new trends. Exploring various cultural and local themes for textile designs has the potential to meet peculiar fashion demands of our contemporary era. This can also inject vibrancy and thus, help to revive the local textile industry.
The study explores textile design concepts based on the Kumasi Central Market by examining market products/product arrangements and scenes. Design principles were applied to originate assorted textile designs, using Photoshop. Consequently, over twenty textile designs based purely on scenes from the Kumasi Central Market including elements, textures and some colour ways have been made. A textile design catalogue of the results has been produced and some of the outcome has been successfully printed onto appropriate textile materials.|
|Description: ||A thesis submitted to the Department of Industrial Art,
Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology
in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF FINE ARTS IN TEXTILE DESIGN, 2009.|
|Appears in Collections:||College of Arts and Social Sciences|
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