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  1. Ontera Modular Carpets Design Competition

    Ontera Modular Carpets Pty Ltd is a design-focused leader of the Australian carpet industry. Our 2015 Diploma of Textile Design & Development Students participated in a project that gave students an insight into the processes and design skills required for designing in a commercial context.

    Students were required to design a site specific carpet for the entrance to the Ultimo College Library Level 1 Building D developing your own theme inspired by Sydney TAFE, with its rich history dating back to the 19th century.

    Accessing Sydney TAFE’s historical archives, students developed their concepts and produced final artwork for their concept submissions.  The competition was judged this week and we are proud to announce the winner Robyn Donoghue

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    View all the entries below

     

    Gemma Threadgate

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    Gillian Down

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    Karen Tam

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    Eloise Teernstra

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    Liz Bryant

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    Maya Kerr

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    Chantelle Bubic

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    Tatiany Carrinho Ribeiro

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    Veena Park

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    For more details about Ontera, visit their website  http://www.ontera.com.au/

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  2. Textile Design & Development – Elizabeth Bryan

    This week’s student to be showcased is Elizabeth Bryan.  Elizabeth is currently completing her final year in the diploma of Textile Design & Development and has been developing a strong signature in her work since 2014.

    Acquiring learning in fabric print design, both manual and digital print set up, screen printing and preparation, colour, illustration, marketing, business, exhibition curating and branding, Diploma students graduate with job ready skills to enable them to work as a textile print designer, and/or to run their own bespoke printing business.

    This is a sample of Elizabeth’s portfolio from 2014.  If you would like more information about the Diploma of Textile Design & Development, visit the Courses page.

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  3. Textile Design & Development – Nicole Quinton

    Continuing with our month of celebrating fabulous print design, we are showcasing yet another of our Diploma Textile Design & Development student’s Nicole Quinton.

    In our Textile Design & Development courses, student learn everything from fabric selection, illustration and design elements and principles, to the experimental and traditional hand dye and print design techniques, as well as setting up digital files, preparing colour separations, coating and shooting screens and screen printing multi-coloured fabrics. At the end of the Diploma you will also produce a range of products using your signature print range.

    This is part of Nicole Quinton’s 2014 portfolio that she created to showcase the work completed after just one year of studying. We are looking forward to showing you more of her work at the end of the year.

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  4. Diploma Textile Design & Development – Anna Morwood

    Now that spring has finally sprung and the weather is warming up, it’s time to get out of the dark winter clothes and into some colour. Australia has long been known for its innovative print design, so in the month of September we will be showcasing the work of our talented Textile Design and Development students.

    In this course you will learn all the skills required to develop innovative prints as well as the technical skills to produce artwork and set up prints for screen and digital printing. You learn how to use CAD tools to put your prints into repeat, prepare colour separations and colour-ways, and produce a range of products using your unique printed fabrics.

    We start with a 2014 Cert IV graduate Anna Morwood.

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  5. Indian Summer

    Yesterday our Stage 1 Fashion Design Diploma Students presented their “Indian Summer” inspired daywear for marking. Using traditional Indian menswear as the design focus for cut and shape in colours white, cream and sand. They also had to create their own hand embellishments and a print inspired by Indian art and architecture using tones of grey. Here’s what they came up with….

  6. Dylon Dyes 2010

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    Using all white fabrics, first year students designed stunning outfits inspired by famous artists work. They then dyed and printed all the fabric, pattern made and constructed their designs.

  7. Evening Wear 2011

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    Stage 3 Eveningwear parade hosted in The Strand Arcade.  Final year students designed and constructed stunning eveningwear garments inspired by