French Artist Alice Pegna Makes Minimalist Clothing, Jewelry And Headwear Out Of Spaghetti Strands

French artist Alice Pegna creates sleek minimalist spaghetti structures such as clothing, jewelry, and headwear. Due to the straight line nature of the strands and the use of other strands as support create complex geometric shapes within the structures become part of the haunting negative space that is a deliberate part of the design.

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