jennifer collier paper fashion art

posted by the scholar on April 15th, 2008
filed under: art, paper

look at this paper fashion collection from uk artist jennifer collier. she has mastered a multitude of techniques, including weaving, stitching and waxing, and has created a group of garments so fascinating to view. carefully crafted from bits of paper, plastic and assorted found objects and materials, these transient and disposable materials are skillfully transformed into items which have distinct and dynamic value.






see more works of art on jennifer’s website. she’s also exhibiting in well thread at the biscuit factory in newcastle from april 25th – june 1st 2008, just in case you’re in the area!

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8 Responses to “jennifer collier paper fashion art”

  1. sosser Says:

    this is blowing my head off! i am crazy for every thing she makes. brilliant!

  2. the scholar Says:

    i love the assemblages with the vintage cricket and soccer memorabilia!

  3. Melinda Says:

    I love her work! I’ve seen it in Cornwall and London. Seriously cool.

  4. the scholar Says:

    hi melinda,

    you are so lucky to have seen it in person! that is so great.

    thanks for stopping and btw i am enjoying your blog a lot! 🙂

  5. kpriss Says:

    now that’s some fashion to the state of art! Beautiful! And the fragility of the creation adds more value to the idea.

  6. the scholar Says:

    hi kpriss,

    yes, the fragility definitely makes the collection extra special!

    thanks for the visit!

  7. ryan Says:

    amazing work

  8. justin timberlake Says:

    epic!!! gimme stamps!!!! xxx

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