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The aim of this study is to shed light on essentials of Suprematist artists focusing on Malevich and their works in relation to modern design, and to examine their roles in the modern design industry compared to those of modern designers.The study obtains the following result on Suprematist artists and their works in Russian avant-garde in terms of modern design. Firstly, Suprematist artists had a great deal of interest in practical design although it seemed Suprematist were replaced by utilitarianism in avant-garde during the Russian revolution. Secondly, Suprematist artists were the first artists to bring the birth of modern design trends by applying their abstract art in geometric forms to clothing and fabric design as well as ornaments and handicraft. Thirdly, the artists' attempt to work with needle workers made it possible to set achievements in design and modern decorative art exhibitions in various fields of art-life.As for the role of modern designers, Suprematist artists including Malevich have significant meanings as follows: Firstly, Malevich was a creative, future-oriented artistic designer who realized zaum of painting on the stage and created suprematistic mode in a cosmic point of view in order to agree with the environment. Secondly, Suprematist artists knew the importance of works that were produced by craftsmen and worked together with them. Therefore, the designers could maintain fabric decoration in difficult conditions knowing the importance of the high value-added industry. Thirdly, they were artists in real life who embodied the ideas and theories of Suprematist in sample works by recognizing the need of changes in life environment : they planned to set a new visual world in art but did not confine the idea only to painting.