Title

“irodori”

Format

Senior Art and Design Exhibition

Abstract/Artist Statement

All the images and patterns by “irodori” are inspired by Japanese traditional Kimono patterns. Today, Japanese people do not wear Kimono daily except only for special occasions such as New Year’s day. I wanted to introduce more people about the beauty of Kimono by applying the Kimono patterns into paper products. The name“irodori” came from the idea that “Kimono colors and designs would decorate our life beautifully”.The logo is made to suggest soft and playful, but also some traditional feel by using many curved lines, circles, and colors. I took off all white areas from the types so that they all look like just shapes, instead of reading as texts. There are 7 colors that I picked for “irodori” color pallet. All “irodori” patterns and products are made by the combinations of these 7 colors.

Location

Reynolds Gallery

Start Date

6-5-2006 9:00 AM

End Date

6-5-2006 5:00 PM

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May 6th, 9:00 AM May 6th, 5:00 PM

“irodori”

Reynolds Gallery

All the images and patterns by “irodori” are inspired by Japanese traditional Kimono patterns. Today, Japanese people do not wear Kimono daily except only for special occasions such as New Year’s day. I wanted to introduce more people about the beauty of Kimono by applying the Kimono patterns into paper products. The name“irodori” came from the idea that “Kimono colors and designs would decorate our life beautifully”.The logo is made to suggest soft and playful, but also some traditional feel by using many curved lines, circles, and colors. I took off all white areas from the types so that they all look like just shapes, instead of reading as texts. There are 7 colors that I picked for “irodori” color pallet. All “irodori” patterns and products are made by the combinations of these 7 colors.