This Dress by Architect Tara Keens Douglas is Made Entirely From Paper

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: Mar 13, 2013 • References: tkd.slackerzgroup & strictlypaper
In an labor of absolute beauty, architect Tara Keens Douglas has created an ornate dress that is compromised entirely from paper. While the concept of a paper dress might seem exceedingly unrealistic, the dramatic piece of artwork is beyond anything that can be conceived with traditional materials that would be used to create a gown such as this.

There are always artists that are pushing the boundaries regarding what they can use everyday items to create and Douglas does so in an ornate fashion that simply enchants the onlooker because of the exquisite attention to detail and ethereal concept.

Carnival costume in fashion, the gown is one of several that Douglas has created for her masters thesis, which she has entitled 'Ecstatic Spaces.' Stats for Complex Paper-Made Gowns Trending: Older & Warm
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