• ISSN: 2010-3646
    • Abbreviated Title: Int. J. Social. Scienc. Humanit.
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IJSSH 2021 Vol.11(2): 27-30 ISSN: 2010-3646
doi: 10.18178/ijssh.2021.V11.1033

Cultural Innovation Design —Taiwan Stain Color Scheme

Li Xin-Zhu
Abstract—As the climate change has made an enormous impact on the global environment in recent years, people begin to place a premium on the concept of environmental protection with many nongovernmental green groups working together surrounding the issue. Due to the interlocking effect of reducing productivity, the instability of oil price, and alternative energy, green ingredients, energy-saving materials and other green industries that the textile industry in Taiwan is confronted with, the approach to reviving the sunset industry may, through the lens of cultural creativity, has blue ocean business opportunities to offer. The study focuses on how to combine traditional stain and green stain so as to formulate visual and scientific standards and improve the age-old stereotype that dyed cloth belongs exclusively to traditional handicraft, which will open up the potential for the future application and originality of dyed cloth and may usher in new business opportunities for Taiwan dyed cloth. The study has two aims. On one hand, it will analyze the hi-tech green dyeing and natural dyeing in Taiwan textile industry and explore the two stains’ properties of environmental protection, energy conservation, stain resistance, color fastness, and optical activity resistance. Through data-based visual research, a visual systematic structure will be set up based on the existing materials, and the stain color scheme will be developed for relevant industrial growth and designers to use. On the other hand, on the basis of the stain color scheme, compound media materials will be employed in wax printing craft to create cultural commodities that blends creativity and international competitiveness. The overall study result shall provide creators with a scientific research-based stain visual system, stain color scheme, thereby enhancing the quality and width of creation and open up the potential blue ocean business opportunities for cultural creation.

Index Terms—Green stain, craft recreation, cultural innovation design.

Li Xin-Zhu with the National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan (e-mail: t108859011@ntut.org.tw).


Cite: Li Xin-Zhu, "Cultural Innovation Design —Taiwan Stain Color Scheme," International Journal of Social Science and Humanity vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 27-30, 2021.

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