NOA RAVİV COMBİNES GRİD PATTERNS AND 3D PRİNTİNG FOR FASHİON COLLECTİON Israeli fashion designer Noa Raviv has integrated 3D-printed elements into ruffled garments influenced by distorted digital drawings. Raviv used the shapes of broken Greek and Roman marble sculptures to inform the asymmetric silhouettes. "The silhouettes were influenced by classical sculptures, which were the point of departure for creating the collection," she said. Noa Raviv is a fourth year student at Shenkar College of Design in Ramat Gan, Israel. Raviv received the Fini Leitersdorf Excellence Award in recognition of the beauty, creativity, and skill demonstrated in her graduate collection.
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Croquis Pose Quick sketch method I came across a video on quickly hashing out a croquis pose from a photograph. I wanted to make sure to share it with you but have managed to lose the link. Ugh!…the dangers of blogging and idea storage mishaps. Once I rediscover it I will post the link. Since this is the method I use for quick sketches I will do my best to reiterate the idea. how to be creative: re-create what's broken The creative process is chock-full of hope. Because it is an ever revolving door, even in the direst of moments when we feel backed into that dank and dead end alley, it invites us to re-create our brokenness. In the broadest sense of things, the creative process allows us to believe in that old adage that is said to come from Nietzsche: “That which does not kill us makes us stronger.” Because, really, what choice do we have but to make something out of our tragedy?
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