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Process: Morgan Mansvelt Beck

I love to see how ideas are born, how they start of as one snippet, and change and evolve over time and experiment. Morgan Mansvelt Beck, an American born Dutch designer shows on her website the process she goes through in designing a collection. ‘Constructive Surrealism’ is a play on structure and material. I really love how she’s been inspired by plumbing fixtures and takes it to a whole different level through experiment, where you can’t really see it i the end product but in the process you can see the line of thinking. It helps in figuring out the end results don’t always need to be so literal, and that you can be inspired by just about anything.

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8 comments for “Process: Morgan Mansvelt Beck”

  1. interesting

    Posted by Candid Cool | September 24, 2007, 2:26 pm
  2. thank you so much! I love fashion design so much; I do some in my spare time. As such, I am always interested in seeing other people’s processes…how their ideas come to fruition. I find this collection intriguing. Thank you.

    Posted by Melissa | September 24, 2007, 4:13 pm
  3. wow this is really cool - love how you selected pictures that demonstrate the whole design process.

    Posted by riz | September 24, 2007, 8:01 pm
  4. just very amazing

    Posted by SwanDiamondRose | September 24, 2007, 9:31 pm
  5. you always finding this super creative sketches… <3

    Posted by Bobble Bee | September 25, 2007, 11:40 pm
  6. this is a great find. i love reading about the thought and construction process. these images are going straight into my inspiration folder :)

    Posted by dreamecho | September 27, 2007, 12:32 pm
  7. yes, seeing other people’s thought processes helps me figure out how to visualize my own…it’s really great when someone shares what goes on in their heads…

    Posted by jennine | September 27, 2007, 5:10 pm
  8. nice find! I’m all about unique shapes and structures.

    Posted by Gloria | September 30, 2007, 10:15 am

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