The Kemmo website is up and running, has been for a while. Sorry I haven’t posted for a long time. The website is www.kemmo.com.au check it out!
Keep an eye out for a dot com dot au site for Kemmo very soon. Very very soon.
Filed under: Assignments, Music - final semester | Tags: acetate, bangle, bangle stack, cross stitch sheet, design, experiment, iron on interfacing, keyboard, keys, material, music, notes, pattern, polypropylene sheet, positive and negative, resin, sheet music, spotlight
These are some of the forms I came up with in response to my concept. They are all based on the keyboard, and either 52 white notes or 88 black and white notes. I will show in another post how I applied the different muscial eras to these designs.
This image fans out really nicely when it is on the wrist – but as I am working with polypropylene sheet it doesn’t translate well into the thicker material.
This image above is an experiment with iron on interfacing and acetate.
I thought about doing a stack lot of bangles – either 52 or 88.
This idea of holding the translated sheet music pattern with a bangle is something I am currently working on.
This was an experiment with resin and cross stitch sheet, or something of the type from spotlight. The resin fills in the holes – It can create this really interesting positive negative image if there is a sheet underneath. If I work more on this I will get some images up.