Crystallized Ballet Slippers and Soccer Cleats by Alice Potts
7 monthes ago - By Colossal
Royal College of Art student Alice Potts grows crystals on shirts, slippers, and various athletic wear from a common yet unlikely source-sweat. The London-based artist encrusts wearables in natural formations that elevate the sporty objects into one-of-a-kind sculptures. The series, titled PERSPIRE , aims to show how we could grow our own accessories, rather than having them manufactured.
“Every human is unique, and so is the sweat they produce, encapsulating our health, wellbeing and identity,” Potts told Dazed. “In the future I'm keen to develop the idea and use it to explore sustainable...
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