"At a World Wildlife Fund charity event in London, textile based sculptor Rowan Mersh showcased a dress he made out of old WWF magazines, using a traditional origami technique. The wearable sculpture was designed in aid of the fundraising event to protect wildlife and habitats, tackle climate change, and promote sustainable ways of living."

Rowan Mersh creates a dress from old WWF magazines

"At a World Wildlife Fund charity event in London, textile based sculptor Rowan Mersh showcased a dress he made out of old WWF magazines, using a traditional origami technique. The wearable sculpture was designed in aid of the fundraising event to protect wildlife and habitats, tackle climate change, and promote sustainable ways of living."

Abstract Fabric Sculpture by Rowan Mersh commissioned by The Jerwood Foundation for the Jerwood Contemporary Makers show, London, 2010. An exploration into tonal shading of a sculptural form. Created from stretch jersey and synthetic balls. Measuring 110cm in length and 5cm to 40cm in width.

Abstract Fabric Sculpture by Rowan Mersh commissioned by The Jerwood Foundation for the Jerwood Contemporary Makers show, London, 2010. An exploration into tonal shading of a sculptural form. Created from stretch jersey and synthetic balls. Measuring 110cm in length and 5cm to 40cm in width.

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