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Eco Clothing Origami Sculptures by Bela Borsodi
Posted By Beth Shea On October 4, 2009 @ 9:00 am In Eco Textiles | 1 Comment
Bela Borsodi proves that fashion is an art form  by creating faces and animals out of clothing, origami-style. In his ‘Wild Life’ spread in Italian Vogue he brought creatures including a frog and a swan  to life by masterfully fashioning them out of accessories. His expert flair for folding leaves a zero carbon footprint  since the clothing he works with is not permanently altered, and may crawl back into a drawer or return to a hanger in the closet once it has served its purpose. Visit Ecouterre  to view Borsodi’s animated creations and watch the clothing ‘heads’ he created for fashion label Yalook come to life and give you a piece of their… mind?
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 fashion is an art form: http://www.ecouterre.com/2946/bela-borsodi-shapes-fabric-into-faces-and-animals-origami-style/
 a frog and a swan: http://www.ecouterre.com/2946/bela-borsodi-shapes-fabric-into-faces-and-animals-origami-style/bela-borsodi-3/
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