Bart Hess - It's not even a sculpture, it's a human but I need a place to pinned it!

The STRP mutants were designed by Bart Hess together with Heyheyhey for the 2011 STRP Art & Technology Festival campaign.

Lucy McRae Exploded View

Lucy McRae: Blurring The Lines Between Art, Technology And The Human Form

by LucyandBart - Lucy McRae, Bart Hess - Described as an "instinctual stalking" of fashion, architecture, performance and the body.

Bart Hess  Né en 1984, Bart Hess possède les atouts de sa génération : une maîtrise de multiples médias et la volonté de les mixer. Ainsi, le Néerlandais utilise la photo, la vidéo, l’animation et les arts plastiques. On pourrait s’attendre à un mélange un peu bordélique, mais pas du tout. La maîtrise est parfaite et on se prend à se demander en permanence si on est en face à des effets spéciaux ou à une réalité.

The STRP mutants / by Bart Hess with Heyheyhey for the 2011 STRP Art & Technology Festival campaign.

hybrid skins combines fashion with nanotechnology + cloning - designboom | architecture & design magazine

SENSE WARE - hybrid skins combines fashion with nanotechnology + cloning - designboom

I'd call it "Hadidism" - #artwork by Bart Hess.

LucyandBart is a collaboration between Lucy McRae and Bart Hess described as an instinctual stalking of fashion, architecture, performance and the body.

Lucy McRae.TransNatural exbition. 2011

Lucy McRae Get ready to sweat roses with perfume in a pill. Self-professed “body architect” Lucy McRae marries technology and fashion, with a keen emphasis on our anatomy. Experimenting with body form.

Neri Oxman. Carpal Skin. 2009-10

Carpal Skin is a prototype designed by Neri Oxman for a protective glove to protect against Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, a medical condition in which the median nerve is compressed at the wrist, leading to numbness, muscle atrophy, and weakness in the hand.

Neri Oxman. Otaared. 2014

Wild Biomorphic Spacesuits Designed to Survive Hostile Planets

Daniel Widrig. Little Black Spine. 2013

Daniel Widrig creates wearable sculptures based on a scan of the body -- London architect Daniel Widrig is presenting a collection of wearable sculptures during Design Miami this week, including one that looks like an exoskeleton.


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