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An Upcycled Origami Dress Made From A Thousand Newspaper Cranes

By: Hanif Bhatti on July 21st, 2010

In a recent post we told you about ‘Flood’ a piece of art created using trash technology. Here’s an upcycled dress made from one thousand newspaper cranes by Yuliya Kyrpo. This stunning outfit is part of the Trash Fashion show now at London’s Science Museum.

“Krypo assembled her headlining bustier dress—complete with a flowing peacock train—from 1,000 paper cranes, which she painstakingly hand-folded from old Metro newspapers,” explains Yuka Yoneda at Ecouterre.

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