Adeela Suleman Creates Wonderfully Weird Wearable Sculptures

By: Meghan Young - Published: Feb 11, 2013 • References: aicongallery & neatorama
Adeela Suleman could easily be labelled the strangest milliner in the world thanks to her unique hats. Nevertheless, she is an artist first and foremost who concentrates on creating wonderfully weird wearable sculptures made out of found objects, namely those discovered in typical households.

Born and based in Karachi, Pakistan, Neatorama might describe Adeela Suleman's headwear as stylish, but most people will agree that is a bit of a stretch. Using such objects as pots, cooking utensils and shower drains, they look more like homemade helmets made for an approaching apocalypse or alien attack. Incredibly intricate and full of personality, Adeela Suleman's hats are certainly a sight to see.

Adeela Suleman is currently the Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the Fine Art Department at the Indus Valley School of Art & Architecture. Stats for Household Object Hats Trending: Older & Mild
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