The purpose of this research is to study the effect of Kandinsky's plastic values and their impact on the design of the printed men's shirt as an important piece of clothing for men and printing them in digital printing (inkjet) as one of the modern printing methods used in textile printing.An analytical study of Kandinsky's work was conducted to identify the plastic values and formal elements such as point, line and texture, and the plastic relations (rhythm and equilibrium) and the benefit of them making designs suitable for men's printed shirt.The problem:-The search problem can be identified in the following question:How can we inspire printed designs for a single piece of men's shirt inspired by the plastic values of Kandinsky's work which fit the technical and technical development of the 21st century?Objectives:- 1. Highlighting the printed men's shirt. 2.Learning about the effect of modern art, especially abstract art, on the design of one piece of men's printed shirt in digital printing. 3.Attempting to produce design ideas that are suitable for the designs of a single piece using the computer and printing them in an ink jet way to be used as a print product. 4. Production of specific print designs on the parts of the patron to suit the production of one piece of men's shirt fabrics, which opens up new horizons for quantitative printed design.Methodology :-The research follows the descriptive and analytical descriptive method through: * Descriptive analytical approach: - descriptive analysis study of the technical analysis of the samples of the works of art Kandinsky as well as studying design trends of men's shirts. * Experimental Method: - In the implementation of print designs, designed on the parts patron men's shirt to suit the production of one piece.Results: - 1. Finding creative solutions with new insights inspired by the plastic values of Kandinsky's work in line with the one-piece designs of the printed shirt. 2. The ability to produce specific print designs on patrons of the men's shirts printed in proportion to the production of one piece, which opens up new horizons for design.3. The possibility of producing design ideas suitable for the quality and quantity of designs of one piece using the computer and printing in the form of inkjet and using it for men's shirt fabrics..
Al-Jamal, Jihan Mohammed; Alwan, Ahmed Mohamed Mahmoud; and Al Naqib, Islam Al Sayed Al Shehhat Abdul Hadi
"The plastic values of Wassily Kandinsky and their impact on the design of printed men's shirt,"
International Design Journal: Vol. 9
, Article 22.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/faa-design/vol9/iss3/22