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Kai Yeung Yau Video Tape Clothing, Recycled magnetic tape clothing, recycled video tape textiles, green design, eco design, sustainable design, spring greening contest, recycled design, reclaimed design, reclaiming design" title="Kai Yeung Yau Video Tape Clothing

Kai Yeung Yau makes captivating garments by weaving video tape into textiles. The video tape was bought from a second-hand shop and then stitched on garments to visualize music with different pitches and frequencies by varying the heights and widths of the pleating. Check out the following videos to have a closer look!

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2 Responses to “Gorgeous Garments Upcycled from Magnetic Video Tape”

  1. switchGirl says:

    Is this tape hooked up to any kind of amplifier in order to actually hear the music as it changes in pitch. Or is this a non-working prototype?

  2. jennietwoshoes says:

    its great that there is a lot of lighting in the competition, but this is a much more interesting use of recyled material

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