The Intricate (And Non-Wearable) Fashion of Nikoline Liv Andersen | Yatzer
Working on the intersection between fashion design and visual art, Danish fashion designer Nikoline Liv Andersen creates elaborate garments that are not meant to be worn. Instead, they are almost a stage for experimentation and for telling stories about human nature and our way of life. Read her interview she gave us on the occasion of her participating in this year’s Ventura
Teabag dress - Art exam piece (GCSE)
'Alexandra McQueen' inspired my Teabag dress that I made for my GCSE'S in Art. I decided to put this in my portfolio as it was a really simple photograph and it also showed my creative side that I have for textiles and also art. As their was no photographer that influenced me to take the photo in a certain style I decided to do a simple shot of the dress and then I cropped into it to make it fill the frame.
John Petrey is an artist from Chattanooga, Tennessee who makes sculptural dresses from a variety of cast off materials, including old barn board, asphalt shingles, and even used bottle caps...