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Reconstructed tees

Reconstructed tees

Jan 18 2012, 4:00 pm 0 Monica Bogliolo

Ok, it’s not easy to describe in words this project from the designers team “The T-shirt Issue”. Imagine turning a basic white t-shirt in an two-dimensional digital work (but forget the classic T shape), as if the original shape of the garment should be transferred to a sheet. I realize that you’ll be understanding anything, but the video makes it easy! Through a series of foldings, what at first glance seems an abstract design turns out into a tee with patterns created by cross stitch running free all over the surface, as opposed to the side seams that are commonly used on t-shirts. The result is a series of garments that can be created with 3D graphics programs, that allow the optimization and reducing of materials, according to a “zero-waste” police.

Designer: The T-shirt Issue

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