Sunday, 19 June 2011

My 'Filthy Gorgeous London' (BA Surface Design) graduation show

(the view from the corridor outside my space/room)

(When You're Walking Down The Street) Deconstructed Shirt dress
Machine sewed, then dyed calico toile (for knee length shift dress); unstitched collars, cuffs, short and long sleeves from cotton mens shirts, machine dyed and screen printed with Selectasine pigment and both opaque & transparent binder's; these deconstructed shirt parts were then hand sewn onto the toile.

You Better Move When You're Swaying Round The Room knee-length paper shift dress (centre)
Screen printed (with acrylic pigments) mixed media, conceptual one-off garment (cut from original shift dress pattern).

'Filthy Gorgeous London' Final Major Project sketchbooks

Anti-feminine rag dress
Black linen knee-length shift dress, machine sewed with full cotton lining; machine dyed dusters, dish-cloths and flannels (all cotton) screen printed with Selectasine pigments and opaque binder; the rags were then hand sewn onto the shift dress.

The floor covering below these dresses was the cotton backing cloth from the printing table used to print the deconstructed mens shirts, printed with the same screens and pigments. Then dyed and buried underground for 2 weeks, before being dug up and allowed to mold.

The People That You Meet knee-length shift dress (detail).
Hand drawn, painted and constructed mixed-media conceptual one-off garment (cut from original shift dress pattern).

Copyright 2011 James Hollerbach

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