Design Allstars

Design Allstars

Design Allstars featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

The Shape of Old Memory

The creation of this series of works comes from the designer’s thinking on the innovative application of traditional craft culture in contemporary design and its innovative application value. Traditional craft culture is like a treasure sunk in the deep sea. People can perceive its existence and value but rarely touch it. If it is not salvaged, it will fade away and disappear, which is regrettable. Another innovation in this work is the use of epoxy resin AB glue, it can help the work maintain its good shape like sculpture, and, pay an important role in decoration.

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Fashionable Guan Gong

Drawing inspiration from the attire of Guan Gong, the deity worshipped at the Puji Temple in Daxi, Taiwan, boasting over a century of intangible cultural heritage. This work challenges the representation of Eastern deity culture through Western three-dimensional tailoring. Simultaneously, it employs digital algorithms to explore the application of textile technology in traditional hand-embroidered works, aiming to reduce weight and enhance durability. Main techniques embroidered fabric labels, embroidery, and the application of mixed media in ethnic stage wear design.

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Blue Ants

Blue Ants was inspired by the famous historical event in China, the Cultural Revolution. During this decade, people regardless of gender and age spontaneously wore uniform blue overalls, so they were called blue ants by people in other countries. In terms of materials, this project mainly focuses on fashion and textile design using old clothes transformation, cyanotype photography, and laser cutting, striving to design clothing that is both environmentally friendly and fashionable.

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The Opposite

The Opposite, a unisex fashion knitwear collection, aims to create a new concept of modern garments with multiple wearing methods. It features the zero-cut, zero-waste, highly adaptable, flexible wearability and longevity of the design through highlighting sustainable design thinking and digital design attributes. It intends to explore the process of confrontation and cooperation between contradictory elements through the development of flexible knitted structures and changeable garment constructions.

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Hmong Silver

Cherished in the Qing and Ming eras, the Mamian heritage skirts are beloved for their symbolism of power and strength. Two exquisite techniques in oriental history : mother of pearl inlays and Hmong silver craft serves as the foundation for this design. Owning a Mamian heritage skirt is akin to possessing a fragment of oriental mystery. It is a celebration of nature's wonders, human ingenuity, and the timeless pursuit of beauty that transcends eras and cultures.

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Turandot Armor

The costume industry generates pieces that become obsolete when the season ends, because they can rarely be used again. So, of this problem was that a sustainable costume project was proposed, which present a design for an operatic outfit using sustainable techniques such as upcycling with knitting deadstock and a creation of biomaterials made from orange waste based on the circular economy. The project seeks to reuse existing materials and develop new materials in order to counteract pollution in fashion.

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Legendary designers and their award-winning works.

Design Legends are extremely famous designers who make our World a better place with their good designs. Discover legendary designers and their innovative product designs, original art works, creative architecture, outstanding fashion designs and design strategies. Enjoy and explore original design works of award-winning designers, artists, architects, innovators and brands worldwide. Get inspired by creative designs.

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