FASH 721: Computer-Enhanced Fashion Design

  • A unique print was created through sketching and scanning objects and further developed using Kaledo Print. The print was then mapped onto an object and its flat with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. The product was then branded with its existing company and presented on a board created in Adobe InDesign.
  • Original colorway idea (Not Used)
  • Vector drawing using hand tracing and Adobe Illustrator
  • Adobe Photoshop mapping: Colorway 1
  • Adobe Photoshop mapping: Colorway 3
  • The process from the original photograph to finished digital design
  • The thought process behind the creation of the print
  • Kaledo Weave was used to design three colorful weaves. Next, the weaves were mapped onto a real-world object and its vector drawing using Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop. The product was then branded with its existing company and presented on a board created in Adobe InDesign.
  • Original product photograph: Vitra.com
  • Kaledo Weave design: Colorway 1
  • Kaledo Weave design closeup of individual yarns: Colorway 1
  • Kaledo Weave design mapped on with Adobe Photoshop: Colorway 1
  • Vector drawing with weave design in Adobe Illustrator: Colorway 1
  • Kaledo Knit was used to design the weave and then mapped onto an object and its flat with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. The product was then branded with an existing brand and presented on a board created in Adobe InDesign.
  • Kaledo Knit design: Colorway 1
  • Kaledo Knit ribbed design: Colorway 1
  • A unique print was taken from a photograph of a vase and made continuous using Adobe Photoshop. It was then mapped onto a fashion photograph with Adobe Photoshop and flats created with Adobe Illustrator.
  • Original magazine scan, flat sketch, and print colorways closeup
  • Adobe Photoshop seamless print: Colorway 1