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Hana Mitsui, BA graduation work 2012Partially cut two fabrics and used one of them as horizontal threads. The pattern of the two fabrics get mixed and fused together and a completely new expression will be achieved on a fabric. Very common patterns such as polka dots and strips were transformed into unique and amazing new expressions. Advertised in Japan Design Net (http://school.japandesign.ne.jp/tamabi/sotsuten/12/12.html)

Hana Mitsui, BA graduation work 2012 Partially cut two fabrics and used one of them as horizontal threads. The pattern of the two fabrics get mixed and fused together and a completely new expression.

Hana Mitsui, BA graduation work 2012  Partially cut two fabrics and used one of them as horizontal threads. The pattern of the two fabrics get mixed and fused together and a completely new expression will be achieved on a fabric.Hana Mitsui

Hana Mitsui, BA graduation work 2012 Partially cut two fabrics and used one of them as horizontal threads. The pattern of the two fabrics get mixed and fused together and a completely new expression will be achieved on a fabric.

Hana MitsuiHana Mitsui, BA Partially cut two fabrics and used one of them as horizontal threads. The pattern of the two fabrics get mixed and fused together and a completely new expression will be achieved on a fabric. Very common patterns such as polka dots and strips were transformed into unique and amazing new expressions.

Hana Mitsui, BA graduation work 2012 Partially cut two fabrics and used one of them as horizontal threads. The pattern of the two fabrics get mixed and fused together and a completely new expression.

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