The project,as a contrast to means of regular, ordinary, without distinctness, repeating the known, where the material and the function are identified, production is done by woodblocks as a traditional production technique, embodies on symbols values of Istanbulites.
At the workshop conducted in company with Cemile Tuna and Özcan Uzkur as part of 10th Mediterrenean Art Schools Meeting, attendants have worked on traditional printing printing techniques.
The designers have created their own print formats with reference to the environment and producted the woodblocks.
By consideration to Mimar Sinan University Of Fine Arts’ relation to the sea and the Bosphorus, a pattern has been created where port-sea and the opposite shore are stylated.
Woodblocks have been constituted by mounting paint adsorbent surfaces on 10x10 size of wooden templates.
The patterns are constituted with cloth and paper material.
*Woodblock and stereotype are the same word with different meanings in Turkish.