Turkish Artist Turns Faceless And Boring Clothes Into Piece Of Art – Design You Trust

Turkish Artist Turns Faceless And Boring Clothes Into Piece Of Art

According to an artist Daria Kurtulmus: “Hi everyone! My name is Daria I am an artist and I use clothes as a canvas. In the era of mass-market clothes and overpriced luxury brands t-shirts, there are not so much creativity rested in the fashion industry. Especially when we are talking about basic printed clothes like t-shirts, shirts, and sweaters. So I used fabric paints and basic clothes to show how clothing will look like if not a printing machine will print but an artist will paint. And not selling to the masses will be a priority but priority to create a unique exclusive piece of wear, full of originality and idea.”

More: Instagram h/t: boredpanda


































































If you want more awesome content, subscribe to 'Oh, Design You Trust,' our brand new Facebook page! Trust me, you won't be disappointed.

More Inspiring Stories

This Birdhouse Inspired Side Table Is Designed For Reading
These Super Realistic Custom-Made Pet Replica Masks Are A Sweet Spot Between Cute And Frightening
Polish Sculptor Makes Water Complete Her Bronze Fountain Sculptures
Vintage Images Of People & Their Beloved Volkswagen Buses
A Towering Turtle of Discarded Industrial Junk Welded By Ono Gaf
This Immersive Installation Creates Night View Of Earth
Japanese Student Creates Superhero Figures Out Of Insect Shells
BlizzCon Community Showcase Won By Amazing WoW Bolvar Fordragon Cosplay
Artist Crafts Genius Functioning Mini Interior Dioramas in His Walls
Artist Leaves His Paintings For People To Find After Getting Rejected By Art Galleries
Polish Artist Turned Local Tram Station Into Floral Museum
Ukrainian Artist Dinara Kasko Continues To Push The Boundaries Of Pastry Design
Flowery Tale: A Paper Flower Vase Shaped Like a Book
This Makeup Artist Can Transform Her Face Into A Glitch In The Matrix
Chien Chu Lee Carves Pencils Into Architectural Sculptures
An Illustrated Police Equipment Catalogue From 1891
These Hermit Crab Shells Were Inspired By The Skylines Of Famous Cities
With This Ride-On Trump Costume It Looks Like Donald Is Giving You A Piggyback Ride
Digital Mapping Artists Transform A Montreal Cathedral Into Heaven's Wonderland
These Tan Leather Boots Are Inspired By Those Worn By Luke Skywalker
EverBlock: Customize your Space With Oversized Modular Lego Bricks
Tiny Crocodile Bookmark Design By Peleg & Hila Raam
"Hipsters In Stone": Artist Léo Caillard Continues To Dress The Statues As Hipsters
This Old Man Spent 13 Years Growing A Giant Dragon In His Yard