Wearable sculpture Loops by Yogesh Chaudhary and Manas Barve just made my day! Talented designers from India are winners of the 2010 Montana Supreme World of WearableArt Award – WOW in Wellington, New Zealand.
Chaudhary and Barve have made Loops entirely of merino wool felt because they wanted to raise the importance of sustainability. They used only laser-cutting and seamless knitting while creating this innovative sculpture.
Loops by Yogesh Chaudhary and Manas Barve
Photo: NZPA & WOW! (c)
Back to the city of Split today, at least on my blog. As I promised you three weeks ago, here is a second post covering projects and workshops by Department of Visual Communications Design at Split’s Arts Academy.
Today I’m gonna present you internet presentation of the project ‘New_academy initiative: A Low-Cost Sustainable Art Academy’ from 2008.
Today’s Pocket cinema will host its first green blog post here (shame on me, I know!)… I’ve picked up this time documentary ‘Garbage Warrior’ about one of the forerunners of sustainable oriented architecture, bio-tech architect and the King of recycled world Mike Reynolds.