Class Printing and Stamping

  • Presentation


    The Printing and Stamping Curricular Unit seeks to provide students with very diversified knowledge
    about the different techniques of printing and stamping fabrics and garments already made.
    It is important that the student has knowledge of ways to customize their own fabrics, dyeing them or
    manipulating them with color, mostly using natural dyes.
    Practical experiences will be provided to the student so that he can try techniques used in an industrial
    context such as sublimation, transfer and others that may have a manual approach, traditionally used in
    atelier and that he can choose those that will best serve his creative process.

  • Code


  • Syllabus


    1. Introduction to textile printing and printing
    Textile printing and stamping - definitions, characteristics and different techniques / processes.
    2. Techniques and processes for printing and stamping fabrics - by the meter and by the piece
    Relation between textile fibers with the types of dye and previous treatments to be applied. Stamping
    processes and applied technology.
    3. Development of standards for textile printing
    Introduction to textile design, The development of patterns for textile printing. Practical work - Print design
    project and its application in a fashion design collection.
    4. Stamping in the textile industry of the future
    Introduction to sustainability in fashion. How to integrate sustainability. Sustainable materials, processes
    and certifications.

  • Objectives


    1. Know the concepts and processes (traditional and digital) of printing and textile printing;
    2. Relate the textile materials to the type of dye and the previous treatment to be applied;
    3. Identify the stages and technologies of the different textile printing processes;
    4. Research, in the form of case studies, printing companies and textile printing, focusing on the process,
    applied technologies and workflow organization;
    5. Develop a pattern design for prints applied to a fashion design collection

  • Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Teaching methodologies and assessment

    The course will be developed through expository sessions, discussion of written texts and audiovisuals media and a student research work on innovative materials and technologies. Foster also participatory that facilitate learning and promotion of the teacher/student interaction. The tutorial teaching will be fundamentally used in the monitoring of the project that will be carried out throughout the course unit.

  • References


    ARAÚJO, Mário de e MELO E CASTRO, E. M. de - Manual de Engenharia Têxtil (Vol. I), Lisboa:
    Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, 1986.
    BRIGGS-GOODE, Amanda - Design de estamparia têxtil, Bookman, 2014.
    FAIR, Robert, Alexander Mcqueen. Unseen, Thames & Hudson Lda, 2016.
    GOMES, João M. - Estamparia a metro e à peça, Porto: Publindústria, 2007.
    GWILT, Alison - Moda Sustentável. Um guia prático, GG moda, Editorial Gustavo Gili, 2015.
    RENFREW, Elinor, RENFREW, Colin - Desenvolvendo uma coleção, Fundamentos de design
    de moda, Bookman, 2010.
    UDALE, Jelly - Tecidos e Moda, 2ª Ed., Fundamentos de design de moda 02, Bookman, 2015.


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