Hakyung Jeong

Conversation Between Cultures: Children is a project to design portable fabrics/wallpapers that can be placed in primary educational intuitions disclosed to all class and race. The goal is to design a space that engages fun and uplifting conversation in sharing differences in cultures and finding similarities within. 


Further on, designed continuous yardage of the imagery in idea to be mass manufactured and shipped to any location and can be a customizable cut and sewn fabric/wallpaper that can be placed in any interior/exterior architecture.

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Screen printing on polyester taffeta and experimenting different ratios of base to pigment to achieve correct colors in different amounts of  transparency

Digitally printed fabrics translates colors from the digital file to its designated inks, Fiber Reactive and Acid Dyes. Therefore fabric changes depending on the material it is printed on. An illusion of space is created through the relationships of colors by hue, overlaps, and  transparency


The drawings are derived from simplifying and abstracting architectures in Persian Miniatures and traditional Korean documents and further exploring the unique perspective of visualizing 3D information to 2D. 

Color palette is designed to create a uplifting environment, geared towards children but still accessible to any age range.