Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2015, Volume: 8, Issue: 24, Pages: 1-8
Department of Cosmetology, Joongbu University, Chungnam - 312-702, South Korea; [email protected]
This study applies the pattern of Danyusemungyeong (Bronze mirror with fine linear design and a pair of knobs) with the most original one in the Bronze Age of Korea Peninsula and excellent craftsmanship and attempts to give rebirth as a cultural product expressing Korea’s original characteristics. Also, it shows the unit patterns of Danyusemungyeong to learners and seeks to find a plan for education to improve their ability of applying design through that. The results of the students obtained after an analysis of the geometric works applying the unit patterns of Danyusemungyeong and lines or curves of nail artists during the class was excellent as in Table 5. It was found that the development and prospect of the designs of beauty cultural products through the education like this is expansive and it could be an important factor in creating new designs through the learners’ historical consciousness and understanding of Korean culture.
Keywords: Cultural Product, Danyusemungyeong, Korean Culture, Nail Artist, The Geometric Works
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