As a design student the primary steps of any creation always fascinated me. The brainstorming that leads us to an Idea that becomes a pillar of the project and a source of inspiration for designing is the guide of creating the correct silhouette, color combination, textures and proportions according to visual images and information collected during research.   I used the scribble motives that refer to the fast scribbly and intuitive hand sketching created as we empty out our ideas onto paper for the first time and basically bring the ideas to life in 2D. The following steps are more planned and even mathematical and require accuracy and calculation.   The visual inspiration for the collection was different types of modular joints I saw at the TLV art museum by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, children’s modular face feature games and modular furniture by Verner Panton, as well as his sketches.  I had decided to discuss both steps in my final collection by combining them into a colorful flex and digital printed scuba and leather collection that includes modular innovative joints that are functional and are made to close the garment. 
       
     
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 As a design student the primary steps of any creation always fascinated me. The brainstorming that leads us to an Idea that becomes a pillar of the project and a source of inspiration for designing is the guide of creating the correct silhouette, color combination, textures and proportions according to visual images and information collected during research.   I used the scribble motives that refer to the fast scribbly and intuitive hand sketching created as we empty out our ideas onto paper for the first time and basically bring the ideas to life in 2D. The following steps are more planned and even mathematical and require accuracy and calculation.   The visual inspiration for the collection was different types of modular joints I saw at the TLV art museum by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, children’s modular face feature games and modular furniture by Verner Panton, as well as his sketches.  I had decided to discuss both steps in my final collection by combining them into a colorful flex and digital printed scuba and leather collection that includes modular innovative joints that are functional and are made to close the garment. 
       
     

As a design student the primary steps of any creation always fascinated me. The brainstorming that leads us to an Idea that becomes a pillar of the project and a source of inspiration for designing is the guide of creating the correct silhouette, color combination, textures and proportions according to visual images and information collected during research. 

I used the scribble motives that refer to the fast scribbly and intuitive hand sketching created as we empty out our ideas onto paper for the first time and basically bring the ideas to life in 2D. The following steps are more planned and even mathematical and require accuracy and calculation. 

The visual inspiration for the collection was different types of modular joints I saw at the TLV art museum by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, children’s modular face feature games and modular furniture by Verner Panton, as well as his sketches.

I had decided to discuss both steps in my final collection by combining them into a colorful flex and digital printed scuba and leather collection that includes modular innovative joints that are functional and are made to close the garment. 

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