Arts beyond the Patterns: Integrating Illustration and the Cultural and Creative Industries in Digital Evolution for the Masking Tape Design


A second major milestone occurred in 1925 when Richard G. Drew, a young lab assistant, invented masking tape for 3M Company. In the following years, technical progress and graphic design influenced, the masking tape for stationery was born in 2008. Masking Tape comes in a variety of colors and patterns that allow people to decorate and personalize their projects. As the market leader in many sectors, masking tapes design was fast growing for the stationery market in the world. For that reason, pattern design becomes an important characteristic on the masking tapes design. In this study, we create and publish online surveys, and also view 275 results graphically to make our own masking tape design project. In value terms, the masking tape is increased the market and the cultural and creative industries.

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Pei Ling Liao, National Taiwan University of Arts, Taiwan
Zih-Jung Hunag, National Taiwan University of Arts, Taiwan
Kai-Ting Fan, National Taiwan University of Arts, Taiwan

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Conference: ACAH2015
Stream: Arts - Other Arts

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