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Print inspired by visual disturbance

Central Saint Martin graduate Chung In No's collection explored pattern interference through print and webbed textiles. He found inspiration in the different ways visually impaired children learn, how they use their visual imagination to understand colour and shapes.  The silhouettes mimic classic school uniforms.
“I drew inspiration from the visually impaired, how they perceive their world”⠀
Ching In No

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