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An evening dress made of blister packs, wings of cut scrap paper, a dress of celluloid films: Stephan Hann’s impressive fashion creations consist entirely of items we usually do not pay attention to or may even throw away. Emphasizing the unique value of each object, Hann transforms apparently worthless materials into memorable and wearable art. Featuring large-format illustrations, this volume showcases the dramatic, sustainable clothing of an artist working at the intersection of fashion, art, and environmentalism.
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About the Author
Karl Borromäus Murr is director of the Augsburg Textile and Industry Museum and the editor of Beate Passow, also published by Hirmer Publishers.