To achieve that experience, the course is intended for fashion and/or graphic designers to further their ability to understand, manage and provide solutions in the creative printing and pattern process, and to learn how to apply these techniques to clothing and knitted fabrics.
At the end, students will have built up a collection of prints and patterns linked to a given theme which they will create by applying the most suitable techniques.
The course lasts four weeks and involves an initial section combining theory and practical, manual experience with expert teachers in the sector, followed by a fully practical part in order to apply the manual techniques learnt to digital processes.
Graphic design and fashion design students (who have either graduated or completed all but the last year of their degree) wishing to become more specialised in fashion illustration/graphics.
All students will need some knowledge of Illustrator and Photoshop.
Graduated in Theoretical Physics from the Universitá di Torino (Italy). Elena was in charge of dealing with Italian suppliers for the Textil Portfolio textile agency from 1991 until 1993. Since 1993, she is the co-owner and manager of on land, a benchmark store in Catalonia’s independent design scene. She is also the designer of the GORNI KRAMER womenswear brand and works as procurement manager for other collections.
Duration and frequency:
1st of July 2019
Duration: 4 weeks
Timetable: Monday to Friday from 16.40h to 21.40h.