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.”

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