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PORTFOLIO For Internship By Wipada Piriyapokai, Jewelry Design


This portfolio represents a selection of academic works in 2015 - 2016. This experience gave me the possibility to increase my skills for jewelry design. In jewelry design process, There are many details more than I thought that make me interested and want to learn about thinking process for design a thing which can tell us about one’s style, mood and thoughts. I like learning, exploring new stuff and pushing myself into creating something


WIPADA PIRIYAPOKAI 18.07.1996 Bangkok, Thailand

EDUCATION Department of Jewelry Design, Faculty of Decorative Arts, Silpakorn University, Bangkok,Thailand (Currently in 3rd year)

LANGUAGES native Thai fair English

SKILLS Drawing Microsoft Word Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Rhinoceros Keyshot Jewelry Making

CONTACT

bloomprypk@live.com +668 0455 1446 +668 6144 6296 https://www.facebook.com/BloomPiriyapokai

EXPERIENCE 2014 - Present -Tutor, Art’n Me Studio, Bangkok, Thailand -Freelance Mural Painter, Bangkok, Thailand -Freelance Graphic and Jewelry Designer, Bangkok, Thailand


CONTENTS

01 TOSAKAN

02 LI

03 SHAPE& FORM


04 FILLING UP THE SPACE BETWEEN FINGERS

NE

05 MASCULINE FEMENINE


01 TOSAKAN


Headdress designed by Wipada Piriyapokai Costume designed by Jitta Udomtanasub

Tosakan is a main character in Ramakien. He is the demon king of Longka and depicted with 10 heads and 20 arms. I broke down the details of his headdress into geometric shapes, use green with faces and black with structure and ear jewelry. I try out resin and foam for making for representing contemporary design between Traditional design and modern techniques.


Jub Jeeb, Jewelry and Costume Fashion Show Represented by Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

01 TOSAKAN


02 LINE


Exploring new space on body. Engaging with the body with line composition.


I am interested in a space in ear. I use soldering and bending wire techniques for making this jewelry. The line movement along the ear shape and fill up space in ear. The finishing look, The intersection of metal wire and the ear cartilage, the ear bone, created the interesting new space.

02

LINE


02

LINE


02

LINE


03 SHAPE & F O RM


03

SHAPE&FORM

The correlation between space of the index finger and finger movement. Filling up the space with mass.

From the movement of fingers, I’m interested in creating jewelry which show its independence from movement, likes the coordination between fingers and index finger, into organic form.


03

SHAPE&FORM


03

SHAPE&FORM


04 FILLING UP THE SPACE BETWEEN FINGERS


The beauty of holding hands in my visual is more significant than touching. I want to express feeling that fills, warmth, and rely on to the wearer. Using the shape of hands and fingers appearance to represent this concept through jewellery series.

04

FILLING UP THE SPACE BETWEEN FINGERS


Sillhouette


Realistic

Structure


05 FEMININE MASCULINE COLLECTION


The paradox of mannish clothing is the fact it looks more fabulous and appealing on ladies. I bring K. Duang Poshyanonda’s feminine side to mix and match with masculine style which is her favorite fashion style. And That represent Feminine Masculine Collection

05

FEMININE MASCULINE COLLECTION


OTHER SKILLS & COMPETENCIES


sketches


Reproduction

Jewelry Making


Computer Aided Design (CAD)


THANK YOU


Portfolio for Internship 2017