عنوان مقاله [English]
Surrealism is one of the movements, which in practice was initially published by Breton in the Journal of the Surrealist Revolution. Many painters and artists have practiced the style, including the Spanish artist, Salvador Dali. Salvador Dalí is addressed as the source of inspiration for surrealist dreams. He had collaborated with costume designers such as Elsa Sciapilarli to create prominent and perdurable conceptual works of art together. Currently, there are many designers in the field who are inspired by the outstanding works of this surreal artist as well as others who create outstanding designs. Iran Droudy is an Iranian surreal artist who has held more than 43 exhibitions of her designs worldwide. Here in this article, the works of these two known artists are studied and the ways to inspire the works of surreal artists in conceptual clothing design are discussed.. The methods used in this research are descriptive-analytical and the library method was employed for data collection.In a comparative comparison between the works of Salvador Dali and Iran Daroudi, it can be concluded that one of the characteristics of Dali's works is the use of objects and it is repeated in some of his works. He rejects logic, wisdom and natural order in his paintings. It gives it a dreamy and ghostly quality. Dali used his works to convey social and political messages to viewers. While in Darudi's works, the form of the works is shown as if the whole universe is the same and the subject stands out in the center. The centrality of the subjects is drawn in the act of crossing heaven and earth. The light in the paintings is the possibility of hope, which the painter looks at, which moves in the viewer's mind and soul and penetrates deep into his soul.
That’s not to say that Surrealism should be shelved entirely when it comes to fashion. For all its reputation as a male-dominated movement, the Surrealists were undeniably some of the 20th century’s most influential people, for both their philosophy and distinctive aesthetic. But contemporary fashion designers must express a much greater degree of precision as to what and why they are channeling Surrealist motifs. Fashion, like any art form, lends itself to continual recontextualisation.