Dress Made of Divorce Forms
No, 15-year old Demi Barnes didn’t use her own forms. But the British art student did copy enough forms to make this lovely gown:
In order to “symbolize the fact that too many people rush into marriage and end up getting divorced,” she made a dress out of 1,500 divorce papers.
In order to do so, she “printed a divorce form from the Internet, filled it in and photocopied it 1,500 times to create the dress.”
I didn’t really know how to do it at first. It was quite a challenge,” the teenager said, but in all it took her about ten hours to complete the entire work of art.
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