Japanese Student Makes A Bouncy Line Of Rubber Band Clothing – Design You Trust

Japanese Student Makes A Bouncy Line Of Rubber Band Clothing

Japanese art student Rie Sakamoto has created an incredible line of clothing made out of rubber bands that are knitted together. Sakamoto presented this bouncy line as part of her graduating thesis from the Integrated Design department at Tama Art University.

More: Twitter h/t: laughingsquid

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

Creepy Post-Soviet Textile Dolls By Irina Sayfiydinova
Using An ‘Alien’ Facehugger As A Protective Face Mask
This Public Seating Installation Was Inspired By Snowbanks That Gather Around Trees And Street Lights
Funny Doormats That Will Make You Look Twice
Retro Photoshop Tool Bar Enamel Pin: 3" Of Throwback Fun By Maxistentialism
Artist Turns Old Mattresses Into Giant Foods
"Transmetropolitan": Photographer Omi Kim Explores Neon Streets Of Cyberpunk Japan
This Paint-Splattered Clothing Is Actually Incredible Embroidery
French Fashion ’71: Stunning Women’s Styles From 1971
Absolutely Superb Ground Meat Sculptures by Kieran Gormley
IKEA Revamped Their 2021 Catalog To Include Animal Crossing Characters And Fans Are Loving It
This Artist Creates Unusual Jewelry From Silver Forks
In 1928 The Original Mickey Mouse Looked A Little Bit Different And Not So Loveable
"Women To Look Up To": Stunning Christmas Tree Toppers Of Female Role Models
"I See Faces": Artist Ilan Adar Creates Amazing Stone Portraits
Artist Shapes Old Cutlery Into Magnificent Metal Sculptures Of Animals
These Men’s Underwear Create A New Level In Bad Taste!
Artist Creates Dolls With Vitiligo For Kids With This Rare Skin Condition
Spirited Away: A Miyazaki Fan Recreated The Bathing House With An Impressive Model
Artist Amy Victoria Marsh Creates Tiny And Playful Minimalistic Ceramics
Enjoy Sneaky Naps At Work With This Hand-Shaped Head Holder
McDonald’s Offering Massive 48-McNuggets Bucket in Japan, But True Idol Fans Need to Eat 1,200
"Lost In Translation": Cinematic Street Photos Of Tokyo By Yusuke Kubota
"Back To The Nature": Artist Combines Everyday Objects With Plants To Create Intriguing Sculptures And Installations