My interpretation of "infinite dimensionality" is time. Time is like a series of infinite dimensions because it never stops and moves on with no limit, and we're all living every moment of this never-ending universe. I was inspired by the idea from the novel Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut that "all moments of time occur and reoccur endlessly and simultaneously".
What I intended to visualize in my design was movement and continuity. I created a digital collage of my sketch and royalty-free photography for a mixed media look. The juxtaposition of classical art and sci-fi aesthetic evoke a sense of dislocation between the past and the present; nevertheless, the collage of sun above sea horizon, the night sky, moon phases, and a satellite view of the earth’s time zones harmoniously symbolize the infinite theme.
Classic toile collection with a twist. Each print represents past, present and future with tongue-in-cheek humor.
Designed for upholstery/wallcovering, targeted for those who like to make a statement in their space.
All motifs were hand-drawn before being digitally arranged on Photoshop, and then screen-printed on varieties of cotton, polyester and velveteen fabrics.
My name is Hyojin (he-o-jin, 2 syllables) Naomi Noh. I'm a textile/print designer/illustrator based in NYC. Screen printing and drawing are my favorite techniques although I work with both traditional and digital media. I have a keen interest in digital printing, wovens and textile sustainability. I'm knowledgeable in properties and end-use applications of textiles and tech savvy. I have a BFA degree in Textile/Surface Design and an AAS degree in Fine Arts from Fashion Institute of Technology. You can reach me via email at email@example.com or LinkedIn or Instagram.