By Cory Doctorow at 12:17 am Sat, Sep 18, 2010
They’re like wearable Julian Schnabels!
OMG only on BoingBoing could a commenter beat me to _that_ one. Ay-yi-yi…
Super neat! Would love to see more shots of them actually on models.
Reminds me of a friend of mine who used to have a bracelet of china backstamps I always liked.
A bricolage dress! Tanta would be proud.
What cup size is that?
Two cups, obviously.
Reminds me of John Kindness’ sculpture in Belfast Bus Station which is a waterfall covered in a mosaic of smashed up ceramic souveigners: http://www.artscouncil-ni.org/publicart/tour/tour9a.htm
Now THAT’S what I call a suit of plate armor.
Whilst I can’t claim to be the first, nice to see something I blogged about in 2008 hit boingboing in 2010!
It’s beautiful, but I wouldn’t want to try and sit down in it.
A belle in a china shop.
Next Project Runway challenge!
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Wouldn’t it be a T-cup?
… That is the \sexiest\ thing I have ever seen.
She’s quite the fashion plate.
That’s some deft Delft work.
To see many more outfits and see them modeled go to his site: Li Xiaofeng
Nice inspiration…can easily be transformed into real fabric!
Reminds my of my psycho girlfriend.
First thought: gorgeous
Second thought: must weigh a tonne!
Li Xiaofeng also made a (more wearable) collection this year for Lacoste: http://www.jingdaily.com/en/luxury/exclusive-li-xiaofengs-porcelain-polo-and-cotton-porcelain-polo-for-lacoste-unveiled-in-paris/
My mother always warned me not to be a “fashion plate”. Is this what she meant?!!!Definitely wash and wear! Or you could just get hosed off or….run it through the dishwasher! I think NOT very “wearable” unless you never sit, walk or bend and are transported upright while in the back of a pickup truck! Beautiful as art and inspiration for fabric/fashion.
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