Jennifer Collier is a British fashion designer who creates paper fashion collections. She has created a group of carefully crafted garments and accessories from bits of paper, plastic and assorted recyclable objects and materials. These disposable materials are then transformed into transient, fleeting works of art.
Implications - The use of paper in Jennifer Colier's artworks shows just how versatile paper can be. It's a medium that has started the popularity of DIY projects online. Papercraft has become more attractive as it's readily accessible and is an engaging activity for people to participate in with minimal hassle. Customized paper-art gives people a chance to be creative without the hassle of payments, therefore, leading them to do more DIY projects they've attained online.
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Jennifer Collier's Disposable Paper Fashion
- By: lourdes sanchez bayasApr 18, 2008 Updated: Apr 7 2011