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Textiles (MA)

Eunji Oh

Oh, Eun-ji is a textile designer who visually solves problems in modern society from a personal perspective. Through fiber art, she uses various colours and materials to narrate stories around her. Eun-ji Oh mainly showcases a fascination with the use of pop and vivid colours that reflect her unique personality. She intends to instill positivity and good energy into the audience through her pop art while raising awareness of contemporary societal issues.

Eunij Oh is currently based in London and Seoul. She majored in Fiber art at Ewha Woman’s University in Seoul, before her studies at the Royal College of Art.

Eun-ji Oh obtained a Bachelor's in Textile Arts and explored various textile craft techniques. Additionally, her mixed media research at the Royal Academy of Arts has culminated in an interest in pattern design, where she hopes to pursue a career as a pattern designer.

Degree Details

School of DesignTextiles (MA)Mixed MediaRCA2023 at Truman Brewery

Truman Brewery, F Block, First and second floors

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This design project revolves around a print job that explores the concept of "The Garden of Arrogance". The designer took inspiration from hybridization and created designs that uniquely incorporate various interbred flowers. The design process involved experimentation with various techniques such as Ikebana, deformation, and collage. Notably, the designer prioritized using paper collages in the pattern design, creating a distinct visual style.

To gain a deeper understanding of the patterns created, traditional techniques such as silk screening were experimented with to create patterns by hand, exploring the impact of different colours and materials on the final product. Additionally, the boundaries of pattern design were pushed beyond the two-dimensional plane, with 3D elements incorporated into future flower designs to create a more diverse and nuanced visual experience. 

This project is still a work in progress, serving as a testament to my evolving skills as a pattern designer and a commitment to pushing the boundaries of visual research to create impactful and engaging designs. 

Paper CollageImagining the crossbreeding of the future, I collage different flowers with paper to make my own unique species.
Flower CollageI collage other parts of the actual flowers and crossbreed them myself.
hand pattern design
Hand pattern making
Riso Print
Riso Print
Digital Print
Digital Print
silk screen
Silk Screen
Acrylic UV Print
textile print
50 x 50 cm Polyeter
pattern design
textile design
40 x 120 cm Canvas