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 My outfit should have a perfect graphic pattern, but it should be broken by vibrations and shifts in the horizontal. The pattern runs over both garments.
       
     
 First touches with the project "Unicode" were black and white designs, which reminded of topography maps. The later designs were drawn in Photoshop. Knitting was done on the Passap E6000 knitting machine.
       
     
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Unicode

In this 7-week knit course at Hochschule Luzern we had the opportunity to deepen our knowledge and to produce an outfit on the theme of "Designing imperfection".

By imperfection I mean a breach of norms, rules or ideals. I would like to try to break the perfect. In textiles it is the surface or the cut that can be worked on. My inspiration and starting point are topography maps and lattice patterns.

Model: Timmy Nils Vilhelmsson

Luzern, 2016

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IMG_7485.JPG
       
     
IMG_7488.JPG
       
     
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 My outfit should have a perfect graphic pattern, but it should be broken by vibrations and shifts in the horizontal. The pattern runs over both garments.
       
     

My outfit should have a perfect graphic pattern, but it should be broken by vibrations and shifts in the horizontal. The pattern runs over both garments.

 First touches with the project "Unicode" were black and white designs, which reminded of topography maps. The later designs were drawn in Photoshop. Knitting was done on the Passap E6000 knitting machine.
       
     

First touches with the project "Unicode" were black and white designs, which reminded of topography maps. The later designs were drawn in Photoshop. Knitting was done on the Passap E6000 knitting machine.