This is a very cool example of artwork created using cardboard on a large scale. The creator of these outfits used simple brown box cardboard to design and make five different wearable designs. The first three designs look like every day dresses that someone could wear. For these, the artist used cardboard curling and shape cutting techniques to make small and large details. The last two designs are more costume like and are very detailed.
Paco Rabanne 1967 | Spanish designer b. 1934, Rabanne started his career in fashion by creating jewelry for Givenchy, Dior, and Balenciaga. He started his own fashion house in 1966. He used such unconventional materials as metal, paper and plastic for his outlandish and flamboyant designs. (wikipedia)
East West Home is Best ~ Garment collage by Peter Clark ~ Peter uses a comprehensive collection of found papers as his palette which are coloured, patterned or textured by their printed, written or worn surfaces, with this media he 'paints' his collages. He shades with density of print and creates substance and movement with lines plucked from old maps or manuscripts.