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Sculpture

Sculpture

Anna-Wili Highfield in her art studio #workspace of animal paper sculptures.

Anna-Wili Highfield in her art studio #workspace of animal paper sculptures.

http://paulineohrel.net/diaporama.html?id_derniere_page=28

http://paulineohrel.net/diaporama.html?id_derniere_page=28

Some/One By The Artist Do-Ho Suh

Some/One By The Artist Do-Ho Suh

louise richardson

louise richardson

Janet Lasher ~ "Conscription" installation view (detaii of the 24 individuals); cast using a positive mold with abaca paper pulp and stitched using sinew. via Lasher's now-inactive blogspot | Artist: janetlasher.com

Janet Lasher ~ "Conscription" installation view (detaii of the 24 individuals); cast using a positive mold with abaca paper pulp and stitched using sinew. via Lasher's now-inactive blogspot | Artist: janetlasher.com

21st November These amazing T-shirts are products of a collaboration between Linda Kostowski and Mashallah Design whose designers shaped the grey jersey fabric based on digital scans of their bodies and their lives’ narratives. The results are a range of personified, multi-faceted garments which convey poetry through digital fabrication. Check out their website The T-shirt Issue in detail.

21st November These amazing T-shirts are products of a collaboration between Linda Kostowski and Mashallah Design whose designers shaped the grey jersey fabric based on digital scans of their bodies and their lives’ narratives. The results are a range of personified, multi-faceted garments which convey poetry through digital fabrication. Check out their website The T-shirt Issue in detail.

The T-Shirt Issue (2008) jersey fabric. Created by 3D scans of human body rendered as polygons and manipulated/extended. The 3D data is turned into 2D sewing patterns by using the unfolding function, which is a common tool used for paper models. The fabric and the inner interface, which defines the edges, are cut out with a laser cutter.

The T-Shirt Issue (2008) jersey fabric. Created by 3D scans of human body rendered as polygons and manipulated/extended. The 3D data is turned into 2D sewing patterns by using the unfolding function, which is a common tool used for paper models. The fabric and the inner interface, which defines the edges, are cut out with a laser cutter.

costumes Agnieszka Osipa by Agnieszka Osipa, via Behance

costumes Agnieszka Osipa by Agnieszka Osipa, via Behance