- Volume 10 Issue 10
In today's modern society, since the Industrial Revolution took place, still lots of goods have been produced in quantity. However, human's instinct has been growing bigger and bigger that he or she wants to possess the works or products of scarcity and aesthetic value of a sculpture handmade by craftsmen, not mass-produced with the same design patterns. Accordingly, it is required that an artist be concerned about the value of figuring out and pursuing an individual's lifestyle, his/her needs and inherent desires. Moreover, by means of visualization technique, an artist should provide the public with several scenarios about the future, letting them choose the one they want democratically. Therefore, with the help of Mokumegane technique, one of the traditional metal crafts techniques, which shows certain organic patterns joining different metals, this research aims for the inheritance of traditional techniques and the objective preparation for high-quality crafts market, studying the patterns expressed on the surface of metals, which are hard to find through machines.
Supported by : 광주대학교