Drawing on her contemporary aesthetic of graphical, multi form garments Indie Ladan of Monolog will lead a three week intensive workshop guiding students through her design process.
By paying tribute to Furoshiki – a traditional Japanese square cloth used to wrap clothes, gifts and other goods – Indie will explore how simplicity can give functionality to everyday objects and how a piece of cloth can be more than what it first appears.
Students will design bold flowing graphics that will be exposed onto a silk screen and they will then print their own Furoshiki on 100% certified organic jersey.
Indie will demonstrate the folding techniques to creating bags, cushion covers, scarves, turbans…the list is endless.
On completion of the workshop the exposed screen can be taken home by each student and used over and over again. The screens will be 50cm x 60cm.
For more information on Monolog visit www.monolog.com.au
Indie's workshop will be small and intimate with a maximum of 6 students.
No experience necessary, all materials provided.
This workshop will be held at Harvest Workroom, 512 Lygon Street, East Brunswick, Melbourne, Australia
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