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Nicole Abene

Microsoft's "Printing Dress" Displays Tweets as Public Art

by , 08/07/11


Asta Roseway, Martin Small, Microsoft, Twitter, wearable technology, eco-art, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style

 

Ever wished the whole world followed you on Twitter?  With the “printing dress” they don’t have to because you can display your tweets across the skirt of this piece of high-tech fashion. Made from paper and equipped with a keyboard, the dress designed by Asta Roseway, a senior designer at Microsoft Research, and Sheridan Martin Small from Xbox, the frock explores the journey of the written word through social networking. Any interest in being the subject of traveling public art? Click on!

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