AN INNOVATION OF TEXTILE SURFACE DESIGN THROUGH THE DEVELOPMENT OF BLOCK PRINTING TECHNIQUES USING MODULAR STAMP AS A STEP TO REDUCE GAS EMISSIONS IN FASHION MANUFACTURING
Block printing is one of the conventional printing techniques on paper originating from China which then this technique is used to print on fabric and is growing rapidly in India. Block printing has great potential in the creative industry today, especially in fashion. The rapidly growing fashion industry offers a wide variety of innovations and variations of attractive and competitive clothing products. However, as a consequence, the fashion industry is also a major contributor to environmental pollution both air and water in the manufacturing process. This research methodology uses a quantitative and qualitative approach. Quantitative data are carried out through motif experiment, and qualitative data are carried out through literature study and observation. The Modular stamp is the development of the basic block printing technique which aims to be able to make interesting motifs and provide many new motif possibilities by minimizing stamp size. In addition, the modular stamp method with the block printing approach can minimize the production of gas emissions and reduce water pollution when compared to the printing and screen printing method
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