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PLYMOUTH COLLEGE OF ART

Tavistock Place, 

Plymouth, PL4 8AT

INUTA ULME

Question: Can ancient symbology in Latvia be modernised through textile design?

 

Researching Latvian culture and meanings behind traditional geometric symbols, Inuta Ulme examines Latvian traditional symbology and its relationship to people. She uses this as concept and inspiration to create textiles, which are turned into modern and original pieces of clothing. This project also examines different techniques Inuta such as upcycling, sublimation and screen printing, which has led to the creation of upcycled fashion brand- MUKTA.