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Surrealism Fashion

Poster 1 / I have chosen to design this poster over the idea of human beeing and imagination. The edges imagination can bring  are infinite. There is a way to help this imagination grow. One way is the silence. Surealism is based on imgination, Surealism is based on the weirdest thing a human can think or mind ilustrate. So th main idea is : stop talking , close your eyes, hear nothing and put out your skills of imagination.

Poster 2 / Through this poster i wanted to demonstrate 3 main characters, each one trying to show different feelings and creative skills, also referring to a dynamic that they have experienced until now. Based on a specific outlook, they express their character, through their outfits, which they consider a basic need in their life. This was the main impulse in using materials, shapes and different accessories to achieve such a dimension, which enables them the space to create a personality to their liking. In the frontal plan of this poster is depicted the “Model Bear”, which got inspired to create a dress with no relation to the place “she” belongs, using strange materials, such as titanium and deconstructive shapes of various colors. “She” also refers and gets inspired by other members of her surroundings, by putting “roe”horns in her head, along with “fish” glasses and “crab” accessories. On the right is her dog, which is staying on top of a broken egg, representing the idea that in the time a thing is created, it’s created different…and now she uses it as a portable camera. The yellow chair means she’s waiting and the black umbrella that something is awaited to happen. In the left is depicted a giraffe, which has chosen another style, by painting herself with an unusual color. She also has put a paper made lamp – shade as a hat and organic shoes made by colored bushes. In the right there is another character, which is feeding with “umbrellas” and has another vision about the outfit. She suggests the use of paper, more specifically newspaper, to create a style by transforming one product in another. All three of them, have in mind the same idea of creating by recycling different materials…

Poster 3 / In this poster I was inspired by the everyday life, what remains from the consumption. A new way to make the world better is transform the garbage in luxury and insert this trend in the fashion world. I created this image by covering a model silhouette with garbage and then I inverted the image in negative. In this way I show the concept that I using: the world is not neutral, but the energy is everywhere, it just changes form. Fashion must change the form of presentation, and materials are the start point. Everything is recyclable, beauty is recyclable.

Poster 4 / What I wanted to express in this poster is the interaction between the reality  and surreal world. Surrealism shows that  the games of mind are not untouchable  because you can show them even in real life. Surrealism shows that  what you can dream can become real. And dreams are related with the subconscious. The main part that I wanted to highlight  here is adding identity to surrealism.  Knowing that this is against with surrealism, it becomes the main part. Identity is something that must be kept unchangeable. It becomes  a primary change in surrealist design.  To be different you have to take the responsibly to act like one. And this comes with the development of different things.

Poster 5 / Remnants of communism remain lodged in the consciousness and unconsciousness of all who lived through it, and for the sake of un¬derstanding present and future Albania, it must not be forgotten. However, they represent a dark time in Albanian history and the majority of people wish for their destruction. According to Molly Ivins, a witty newspaper columnist, “Satire is traditionally the weapon against the powerful.” And art, in the words of the German phi¬losopher Martin Heidegger, is “the truth of being setting itself to work.” West Berliners used satire and art to deal with the harshness of the wall. As such, the bunkers could become that special place for Albanians where they can rec¬ognize the absurdity of Commu¬nist era without feeling shame or anger, allowing for healing to occur.

Poster 6/ Mosaic illustration are among the most inspiring techniques of creating magnificent artwork. All advantages of this technique are displayed in these Mosaic illustration. This designed poster show a Top model Kasia Struss, composed in a very eco-friendly fashion, Making her feeling good and sensual under eco —Dresses, This design is made with organic elements such as leaves, fruits, flowers,trees and green nature, creating a surrealistic mosaic. The Poster‘s Slogan is “Why Does It Feel So Good?”

Poster 7 /What I wanted to express in this poster is the interaction between the reality  and surreal world. Surrealism shows that  the games of mind are not untouchable  because you can show them even in real life. Surrealism shows that  what you can dream can become real. And dreams are related with the subconscious. The main part that I wanted to highlight  here is adding identity to surrealism.  Knowing that this is against with surrealism, it becomes the main part. Identity is something that must be kept unchangeable. It becomes  a primary change in surrealist design.  To be different you have to take the responsibly to act like one. And this comes with the development of different things.

Poster 8 / The technique used was enamel printing, it mixes the tradicional marbling with the textured cardboard of an street art rough aesthetic, the motif is an avant garde icon, since the subject was surreal, I used the garment to accentuate a dreamlike caption, the whole form design was thought in terms of silhouette, drama and folklore garments of the country reinterpreted, the colour palette was right off the Albanian flag except the blues, which I wanted to distance the face from reality further.

Poster 9 / Fashion is not for everyone.

 

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