Yang Yang Makes an Impression with Crazy Prints and Mannequins

By: Jessica Marcel - Published: Mar 29, 2010   Updated: Jul 11 2011 • References: coroflot &
There are so many textiles being designed, the importance of unique textile displays is growing. Design student Yang Yang obviously realized this; in a recent show he went crazy with his exhibition of an already-crazy textile.

Yang Yang's illustrations are wild and abstract. The textile displays he's created showcase his work by not giving the viewer an option but to stare. Yang Yang is currently at Boston University.

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