PRINTED TEXTILE DESIGN. Profession, Trends and Project Development
This introductory work presents the different facets of textile creation and being a textile designer. It describes the successive stages of project conception and execution for the fashion, home and home environment sectors while at the same time explaining the techniques associated with them. The book pays special attention to current prevailing trends, with a sharp focus on their interpretation, the core of textile designers’ activity. The projects it examines, the work of nearly professional students, are notable case studies.This educational resource will provide valuable assistance to students throughout their studies as well as to young professionals.
> Marie-Christine Noel is a lecturer in Applied Arts. She graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (Textile Design) and the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris (Painting). For the last ten years she has been working for the Carlin International Style Agency as a manager of the textile department. She is now pedagogical director of the introductory courses and responsible of post-graduate courses at the School of Art François Conte, Paris, France. > Michael Cailloux was born in Paris in 1975 and received a diploma in Applied Arts from the École Duperré. He is co-creator of the Atelier LZC which specialized in the creation of design objects, working for over ten years on the collections displayed at the Maison et Objets, as well as creating personalized pieces for such brands as Baccarat, Cartier, Habitat, Van Cleef & Arpels, or S.T. Dupont. He is currently artistic director at the Ecole supérieure d’art Françoise Conte, specialized in textile creation, and he is also a jewelry designer.