Art creator Elodie Antoine recently created several fabric-themed conceptual art pieces that look seemingly like everyday objects.
Antoine's art pieces are inspired by inanimate things from daily life. Antoine uses different types of flexible fabrics and textures such as felt, wool and cotton to reconstruct things like lipstick tubes, dress shirts and teeth in a surrealist manner. Her pieces are full of detail that creatively reuse and recycle simple materials by turning them into breathtaking conceptual art. Antoine's pieces also vary in size from a series of tiny, felt teeth to a wall-size wool construction of a industrial city landscape.
One of her most intricate pieces is a collection of red and white zippers stitched together to resemble a rib cage that can be deconstructed by zipping and unzipping the zippers.
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