Conceptual textiles design with polyurethane foam injected into perforated leather for heavy texture // Doan Nguyen

Conceptual textiles design with polyurethane foam injected into perforated leather for heavy texture // Doan Nguyen

German designer Jule Waibel has created 25 of her folded paper dresses for fashion brand Bershka's shop windows around the world

German designer Jule Waibel has created 25 of her folded paper dresses for fashion brand Bershka's shop windows around the world

SHIRLEY BOUDREAUX ~ "Holding On By A Thread" (2012)  5 1/2 feet high x 2 feet round image via surfacedesign.org "The works depict a portrait of someone’s life that exists in an eternal state of transformation. It is in this uncertain state in which we, as human beings, live out our daily lives. This is where your life is falling apart, fragmenting into a thousand pieces." ~ artist via http://shirleyaboudreaux.wix.com

SHIRLEY BOUDREAUX ~ "Holding On By A Thread" (2012) 5 1/2 feet high x 2 feet round image via surfacedesign.org "The works depict a portrait of someone’s life that exists in an eternal state of transformation. It is in this uncertain state in which we, as human beings, live out our daily lives. This is where your life is falling apart, fragmenting into a thousand pieces." ~ artist via http://shirleyaboudreaux.wix.com

Fermented Fashion: A New Dress Made of Microbes from Wine. | elephant journal  {“Micro’be’ fermented fashion investigates the practical and cultural biosynthesis of clothing—to explore the possible forms and cultural implications of futuristic dress-making and textile technologies.    Instead of lifeless weaving machines producing the textile, living microbes will ferment a garment."}

Fermented Fashion: A New Dress Made of Microbes from Wine. | elephant journal {“Micro’be’ fermented fashion investigates the practical and cultural biosynthesis of clothing—to explore the possible forms and cultural implications of futuristic dress-making and textile technologies. Instead of lifeless weaving machines producing the textile, living microbes will ferment a garment."}

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