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Development of Scarf Textile Design and the Scarf-Making by Using Art Works of SHIN SA-IM-DANG -Focusing on Grass and Insect painting- (신사임당의 예술작품을 활용한 스카프 직물디자인 개발 및 제작 -초충도를 중심으로-)

  • Jung, Jin-Soun
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.14 no.8
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    • pp.84-94
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    • 2014
  • Among artworks of Shin Sa-Im-Dang, 'grass and insect painting' was drawn the rustic materials that cannot be seen without a loving attention because they are too small and insignificant creatures. Likewise, 'grass and insect painting' is work that can feel the wonder of life, simplicity, and womanly sensitivity unique. Therefore, beauty of Korea can be found through the works. It needs to develop high value-added culture products with her works which contained this unique beauty of Korea and artistic soul. In this study, I tried to develop the scarf textile designs which had Korean sentiment with the Shin Sa-Im-Dang's 'grass and insect painting' and to make the scarves with the textile designs developed. For the purpose, theoretical examination about her art world and artworks was first performed. And then six scarf textile designs which based on them were developed using adobe illustrator 10.0, computer design program. The textile designs developed were printed on 100% silk satin using textile digital printing system. Six scarves were made with them.

A Study on Scarf Design Development with a Combination of Traditional Korean Rice Cake Pattern and Jogakbo Patchwork (전통 떡살문양과 조각보를 조합한 스카프디자인 개발)

  • Kim, Sun-Young
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.50 no.1
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    • pp.29-39
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    • 2012
  • The purpose of this research is to suggest a scarf design which reflects the traditional culture native to Korea by making use of the combined pattern of jokgakbo patchwork and ddeoksal(rice cake). For research methodology, the computer design programs of Adobe Illustrator CS3 and Adobe Photoshop CS3 were used along with the related literature. For the combined sets of motif pattern, the following were consider: first, a combination of jogakbo in square shape and chrysanthemum in a rice cake mold; second, a combination of radius jogakbo and geometrical pattern; third, a combination of vertical and horizontal forms of jogakbo and rice cake pattern; fourth, a combination of yeouijumunbo and butterfly pattern in rice cake mold. For the scarf design with these applications, technical skills such as repeat, rotation, symmetry, free setup, and distortion were used for the combination motif. In terms of the shape of the design, there are two, square and lengthwise tetragons.

Complications of Scarf Osteotomy for Hallux Valgus (무지 외반증에서 시행한 Scarf 절골술의 합병증)

  • Nam, Il-Hyun;Ahn, Gil-Yeong;Moon, Gi-Hyuk;Lee, Yeong-Hyeon;Choi, Seong-Pil;Lee, Tae-Hun;Lee, Young-Hoon
    • Journal of Korean Foot and Ankle Society
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    • v.18 no.4
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    • pp.178-182
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    • 2014
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the frequency of troughing and stress fracture, which are the major complications of scarf osteotomy, and to suggest methods to prevent these complications. Materials and Methods: We reviewed 243 cases of 137 patients treated with the scarf osteotomy for hallux valgus from January 2005 to December 2012. The mean follow-up period was 2.8 years. During the scarf osteotomy, a long oblique longitudinal osteotomy was performed in order to decrease the possibility of troughing and stress fracture. Radiographs of lateral view of the foot were obtained and the thicknesses of the first metatarsal base at the sagittal plane were measured and compared. Results: There was no troughing during fragment translation and screw fixation intraoperatively. Radiographs of lateral view of the foot taken preoperatively and at the last follow-up showed that the mean thickness of the first metatarsal was 22.4 mm preoperatively and 21.6 mm at the last follow-up, with a mean difference of 0.8 mm. And no stress fracture was observed. Conclusion: To prevent troughing and stress fracture, a long oblique longitudinal cut, parallel to the first metatarsal plantar surface, was performed, making both ends of the proximal segment truncated cone-shape, and securing the strong bony strut of the proximal segment. No troughing or stress fracture was experienced with scarf osteotomy.

Multi-dimentional Correction of the Scarf Osteotomy for the Treatment of Hallux Valgus (무지 외반증에 시행한 Scarf 절골술의 3차원적 변형 교정력에 관한 연구)

  • Moon, Gi-Hyuk;Ahn, Gil-Yeong;Yun, Ho-Hyun;Lee, Yeong-Hyun;Lee, Jung-Ick;Nam, Il-Hyun
    • Journal of Korean Foot and Ankle Society
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    • v.11 no.1
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    • pp.23-27
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    • 2007
  • Purpose: Scarf osteotomy can provide the simultaneous correction of the hallux valgus angle (HVA), 1-2 intermetatarsal angle ($IMA_{1-2}$), DMAA and the plantar displacement of the fragment. The study was conducted to understand the multi-dimensional correction of the hallux valgus. Materials and Methods: Fourty eight patients who had undergone Scarf osteotomy with hallux valgus at more than $30^{\circ}$ of HVA and more than $15^{\circ}$ of $IMA_{1-2}$ were studied. Before an osteotomy, a reference K-wire was inserted to the 1st metatarsal head. After the osteotomy, the plantar fragment was moved laterally and the proximal end of the fragment was forced beyond the distal end which resulted in an internal rotation of the head fragment to correct the DMAA. Results: The HVA improved an average of $33.3^{\circ}$ to $7.7^{\circ}$ with the IMA1-2 respectively from $15.4^{\circ}$ to $6.5^{\circ}$. The DMAA improved an average of $19.5^{\circ}$ ($5.2-30.9^{\circ}$) to $4.5^{\circ}$ ($0.4-13.8^{\circ}$). By checking the angle, which was at an average of $25^{\circ}$ between the plantar surface of the foot and the osteotomy plane, the average distance of 1.9 mm (1.18-3.1 mm) of plantar displacement was measured using the value of sine (sin 25 = 0.422). Conclusions: It is possible to correct the HVA, IMA1-2 and DMAA simultaneously with one osteotomy making the lateral shift, the internal rotation and the plantar displacement of the plantar head fragment as desired. Despite the technicality and difficulty of the Scarf osteotomy, once familiarized through myriad procedures, all disadvantages are outweighed by the success and satisfaction of both patient and surgeon.

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A Study on the Cultural Commodities' Design Development with Applying to the Korea Traditional Rock Art Pattern( I ) -With Turtle, Ship, Human's Face Patterns of Ulsan Ban Gu-Dae Rock Art as the Central Figure- (한국 전통 암각화 문양을 응용한 문화상품 디자인 개발에 관한 연구[ I ] -울산 반구대 암각화의 거북, 배, 사람얼굴 문양을 중심으로-)

  • Park Soon-Chun
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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    • v.56 no.6
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    • pp.33-44
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    • 2006
  • With the basis of objective truth by the subjective sensibility and the Rock art's history and the molding the Rock arts image motive, the conclusion like this; The first, Rock art express the imagination variety as symbols of abundance, fecundity, stable lift's present mourning and absolute respect and the spirit. The second, the new motives are developed by making formative images with deeply understanding essential side in the Rock arts. With this, the pattern is repeated with making motive's repeat units and the new pattern is developed by 45-angle iteration. These cultural products were used to produce necktie, scarf, and clothing making commonly efficient use in actual life- with 3D simulation. Through developing Rock art pattern, it is great the possibility of development for expressing Korea images with making an excavation. A competitive design as to the international period can be developed with applying to the variety department-cultural products development.

Fashion Accessories Designed from Recycled Fabric Remnants (소재 재활용에 의한 패션소품 디자인 개발)

  • Kim, Chan-Ju;Ro, Mi-Kyung
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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    • v.60 no.10
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    • pp.65-79
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    • 2010
  • Each season, many clothing companies dump small pieces of fabrics left over from making samples. Since fabrics do not decompose easily, this results in environmental pollution. This research was done to discover effective ways to reuse these fabric remnants. As most of these remnants were not large enough for making clothes, fashion accessories was chosen as the design object. Four steps of design development process followed: information research & analysis, prototype design & sample making, market testing, final design decision. After market research and trend analysis, four neck decoration wear -- scarf & muffler(SM). collar & cape(CC), vest & top(VT), and necklace(NE) -- were selected as final product types. 45 designs arose, and 120 items with variations in fabric materials and colors were produced as samples. The three main themes (multiple. reversible, cross) were applied throughout all of the design items. Samples were evaluated from the reactions of the consumers through a 10-day sale at a retail store. Based on the sales record and customers' opinions, five designs from each of the product types SM, CC, and VT were picked out as final designs. In conclusion, fashion accessories turned out to be a more appropriate item to reuse fabric remnants from clothing companies than clothes were, because they necessitate small fabric size and the limitation in fabrics could be compensated with creative design ideas.