ORIGAMI ARTIST AND FREELANCE INSTRUCTOR IN SINGAPORE
Thursday, 13 October 2011
ORIGAMI FASHION WEEK ON ORIGAMILOVE-DAY 4
NEWSPAPER ORIGAMI DRESS
Origami dresses of 1000 Former Newspapers
This dress is made as a tribute to a child victim of an atomic bomb in World War II
Newspapers forms can indeed be processed into beautiful items including haute couture.
As a dress made of 1,000 newsprint that was exhibited in the
Trash Fashion Show at London's Science Museum, UK.
She created the dress as a tribute to a child victim of an atomic bomb in World War II
The dress is created by Yuliya Kyrpo using techniques typical of Japanese paper folding, origami.
This innovative dress is crafted from recycled newspapers folded into origami cranes! Designed by Yuliya Kyrpo, it can be found in
London’s Science Museum
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