Traditional Tie-dye Handicrafts and Modern Design Concept Combined

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  • Ju Fengfan Shanghai University of Engineering Science,Shanghai, P.R. China,201600

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18533/journal.v6i9.1230

Keywords:

Modern design concept, Traditional tie-dye handicrafts, Restructuring

Abstract

Tie-dyeing is the traditional handicraft in china, and this traditional handicraft is the accumulation of people's wisdom and the survival of the skills.Due to rapid economic development in recent decades, spurred in pursuit of excessive consumption of fast, fast fashion, industrial production gradually replaced the traditional handicraft, resulting in many of the traditional handicraft industry is facing a crisis.How does the traditional tie-dye craft blend with modern lifestyles?It has become a pressing issue.And in modern society, people pay more attention to practicality, cultural and spiritual combination. there is a certain regional and differences in traditional culture and it aesthetic point of view, inevitably conflicting with the modern design concept.But this contradiction can be reconciled, we should be in the traditional level of culture to be in-depth research and application, based on the research of the traditional design and analysis from refining, refactoring, transforming in line with modern aesthetic standards.

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2017-09-16

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