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Jennifer Collier

Book Dress
40x50cm to 70x100 cm, paper, machine embroidery.

Here is another gorgeous paper dress creation. It is the work of Jennifer Collier, who creates innovative textiles and craft pieces using natural and found materials. Through methods of weaving, waxing, trapping, embedding and stitching she creates unusual materials, which are developed into garments and accessories. Often inspired by literature, Jennifer's work is non-functional and aims to encourage people to speculate on the nature of value. Using the symbolic form of clothing, her work provokes thoughts about the fragility of the human body.

[image and text extracted from Jennifer Collier. Thank you Jennifer!]

Jennifer Collier can be contacted at Tixall Heath Farm, Tixall, Stafford ST18 0XX, UK; Tel: (44) 07 8 1146 0494. For more information, visit Jennifer Collier.

1 comment:

Invitations and Wedding said...

I never seen this before. It inspires everyone to contemplate things that can be use in a special way. Thanks for sharing your insights with this paper dress creation.

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