Daniel Widrig's Kinesis Collection is Full of Wearable art

By: Lacey-Jane Walsh - Published: Dec 6, 2013 • References: danielwidrig & dezeen
Artistic designer Daniel Widrig is behind this wearable art series. These 3-D printed pieces are a part of his Kinesis collection. Some of these sculptural accessories look like bones, while others are very abstract. These impressive designs all seem to be done in black, and are extremely imaginative.

The idea behind this wearable art collection is to make custom accessories that are tailored to the body of the person wearing them. This is especially cool when the piece resembles an exoskeleton.

These form fitting artworks are more interesting than your average accessories. They're meant to put emphasis on different areas of the body, and they do just that.

Widrig's creative printed collection is bold and incredibly detailed. These pieces turn your body into a living, breathing work of art. Stats for Printed Wearable Artworks Trending: Older & Buzzing
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