Implications - Greetje van Tiem claims that "the front page of a newspaper yields no less than twenty metres of yarn, making it possible to transpose yesterdayâ€™s news into tangible memories which can be transformed into all kinds of upholstery." Even though you cannot read the stories within the newspapers anymore, the memories will be "kept alive" through these innovative art pieces.Stats for Today's Paper, Tomorrow's Textile Trending: Older & Average
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