Mending Clothes for a Sustainable Fashion by Ýr Jóhannsdóttir

Ýr Jóhannsdóttir or Ýrúrarí is an Icelandic designer who works mainly with textiles. While promoting slow fashion, she creates knitted pieces similar to real works of art.

Ýrúrarí is particularly interested in the sustainability of clothing by inviting us to question our absurd habits of textile consumption. The artist tries new ways to make clothes last as unique pieces of art and design through eccentric knitted pieces made of wool. A creative and ethical project that has a lot of merit!

More: Ýrúrarí, Instagram h/t: fubiz

(Visited 1 times, 2 visits today)

Leave Your Comment Below

More Inspiring Stories:

Baker Creates a Stunning 6ft Cake of Father Christmas Hugging an NHS Worker in Scrubs to Thank Hospital Staff for Their Work
Gorgeous Surfboards and Skate Decks Completely Cloaked in Famous Classical Artworks
Japanese Company Releases Line Of 'Crotch Charms' For Women To Dangle From Their Swimsuits Between Their Legs
This Stunning Dragon Bench Was Birthed From A Chainsaw And Single Log
New Stick-On Soles Let You Forget Flip Flops And Go Barefoot
These Whimsical Rolls Of Tape Look Just Like Sushi
This Dadbag Was Made For People Who Want A Dad Bod Without Eating Junk Food
Israeli Artist PILPELED Collaborates With Bike Company Creating A First Ever Artistically Designed Bike
Artist Hannah Baker Paints Her Sisters’ Bedroom Walls To Look Like A Scene From Legend Of Zelda
A Girl Encounters A Giant White Horse Frozen In Mid-Air Within The Venice Biennale’s Argentinian Pavilion
This Artist Creates Bizarre And Unique Hoodies For Your Winter Fashion
LEGO Cars: Artist Recreates Classic Vehicles In Everyones Favourite Bricks
An Artist Creates Mesmerizing Kinetic Sand Drawings Coffee Tables
Beautiful And Mysterious Forest Sculptures By Spencer Byles
Clever Redesign Of McDonald’s Takeaway Bag Lets You Eat A Big Mac Without Mess Read
Romanian Designer Creates This Concrete Lamp, So The User Can Smash The Shade To Reveal The Reinforcing Steel Mesh
This Guy Collected A Complete Stone Alphabet Over 10 Years
These Inflatables Make It Look Like There’s A Sea Monster Attack In Philadelphia
Polish Craftsman Creates Amazing Household Items With A Folk Twist
The Scariest Halloween Pumpkins Ever Carved
Creatable World: Mattel Launch A Gender Neutral Doll
The Surreal Trees Of San Francisco Shot By Kelsey McClellan
Coca-Cola Removes Labels From Cans to Fight Against Prejudices
Gorgeous Photos Make Star Wars Toys Look Like Real, Life-Sized Ships
Chevrolet Has Another Life-Size LEGO Build, This Time Its A Silverado
Life-Size Cardboard Figures By Warren King
Would You Ride Your Bike More Often If It Looked Like A Horse?
Terrible ASOS Poo Cross Body Bag Inspired By The Emoji Movie
Hungarian Artist Creates Detailed Steampunk Spiders Out of Various Mechanical Parts
17 Photos Of Classic Cars Next To Their Modern Version