Digital Imagination: the impact of digital imaging on printed textiles
Taylor & Francis
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This journal article investigates further the impact of digital imaging technology on the creative practice of printed textile practitioners. It develops the ideas from my earlier Design Journal paper 'Digital Reflection' (Output 1) by examining how digital technology supports imaginative thought. Findings from the research discussed in this paper reveal how digital technology can be used as a creative medium, facilitating an evolving visual language, hybrid craft practices and the opportunity for creative collaboration through the sharing of visual concepts. The paper was peer reviewed by an international panel and selected for its significance and appropriateness in a special edition of the journal that focused on papers on digital technology.
Textile, the Journal of Cloth and Culture
Treadaway, C. (2004) Digital Imagination: the impact of digital imaging on printed textiles', Textile, 2(3), pp.256-273
Dynodwr Gwrthrych Digidol (DOI)http://dx.doi.org/10.2752/147597504778052720
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