Unconventional Costume from Textiles and Fashion on Statue
von Boateng, Kenneth Bright
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Contents of the text illustrate convergence of braided banana stalk and corn husk into textile material and subsequently apply it for the adornment of a statue. A novelty textile art, the subject seeks to demonstrate the effect of combining textiles, fashion and sculpture disciplines for enlightening public places. Relatively uncommon in Ghana from where it originated, the artifact is intended draw in diversity and new discussion over the defined boundaries of textiles and fashion. Being once promising industrial sub-sector, textile and fashion have now been wobbling with the former doing even worse. Among the accountable reasons is the fact that there has been little diversity and variation in the components and structure of applicable textiles and fashion. Often, the subject of textiles and fashion is limited to clothing by many: an assertion by intuition has directed even the industrial players. Obviously, the contents of the publication should be of interest to art enthusiasts, research agencies (packaging of cocoa beans and grains), and entrepreneurs as humanity strive for better efficiency and effectiveness.
Boateng, Kenneth Bright
Ken lectures Fashion Design, Drawing and Illustration, Fabric Design and Decoration and Collection Planning at the Department of Fashion Design of Takoradi Technical University. In complement, he coordinates and vets thesis and dissertation of the Department of Fashion Design. He publishes to shape educational and technological paradigm of our time
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.017 m; 0.481 kg