This paper reveals a suggested approach that designers can emulate when choosing techniques that express the aesthetic values and concepts inherent in paintings and applied in wearable art. Some of the paintings of the abstract artist "Paul Klee" were used as an example in this research, where the main problem faced by the researcher was to find a compromise that could bring the original artwork from the walls of museums to the ground in a way that would be accepted by the ordinary public without prejudice to the artistic values that the employer wanted. Accordingly, the researcher's first task was to find a way to preserve the original message that the owner of the artwork wanted when designing a piece of wearable art.Understanding the original artwork from some publications that dealt with his criticism and then analyzing it artistically by the researcher himself, in addition to studying the advantages of some techniques used in wearable art through the works of some artists, the researcher implemented (4) Pieces of clothing that each of which expresses an original piece of art by Paul Klee, using techniques such as (edge engraving - straight hand sewing - and digital embroidery). Typography), and the results showed that appropriate artistic techniques, expressive materials and design lines can be chosen by determining the artistic value of the artwork through the method. , Emotion, story or theme in addition to analyzing paintings according to the components of the artwork (line, space, color, composition) and the artistic values of the drawing (dimension - contrast). This proposed path allows for the transformation of the artwork into clothing products acceptable to the community and thus spread cultural awareness. Among the segments of society.
Qurashi, Wafaa Abd Elradi
"A suggested procedure for wearable art design from Paul Klee's paintings,"
International Design Journal: Vol. 11
, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/faa-design/vol11/iss4/4