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Kor J Aesthet Cosmetol 2009;7(1): 175-181.
오방색을 모티브로 한 헤어아트 작품제작
김명우, 임은진
A piece of Hair Art by Korean Traditional Five colors
Myung-Woo Kim, Eun-Jin Im
It is reflected by consistent color senses based universally on the Five colors (red,blue,yellow, white,black) of the Five Directions in the color senses expressed in Korean culture. The doctrine of the five natural elements of the positive and negative functions as the principal which supervises all things in human would in the connection of the principles of yin yang and the five elements such as metal, wood, water, fire,and earth. On this research give a molding ability of art to hair then highlight the Hait Art as new part of study. The study created three originality piece of work to express variety of Five Colors. First, ‘O-bang pocket' symbolize luck and it was made of wire, Korean traditional paper and thread. Second, ‘Shield kite' was made of wood, Korean traditional paper and thread. Third, ‘Taeguk mark' was made of styrene, wood and thread. I hope that theoretical research for manufacturing and academic one for practical business about making formative works will become active. It will bevery thankful to me if this study can help even though slightly for splendid Hair arts to make its status firm as a one part of arts, and there are following studies.
Key words: Fivecolors, Hairart, O-bang pocket, Shieldkite, Taegukmark
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