World of Wearable Art, Nelson, New Zealand.  Awesome museum.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Ridecolorfully in NZ ~ The world of Wearable Art ~ Nelson, New Zealand ~ Blacklight part of the show.

Grocery Bag Recycled Dress -- Wearble Art -- Between the Folds by Taylre Conrad, via Behance

Inspiration for "Art of Trash" fashion: Grocery Bag Recycled Dress -- Wearble Art -- Between the Folds by Taylre Conrad, via Behance

Seriously creative! Inspiring all kinds of thoughts. I'm going to use this someday. Don't know how, but I will! Balloons! Who knew?!

The Light Couture of Daisy Balloon

Balloons Dress by Daisy Balloon (Daisy Balloon is balloon artist Rie Hosokai and art director/graphic designer Takashi Kawada

garden art from junk dishes | John Petrey Upcycled Wearable Art Dresses John-Petrey-Carmen-large-1 ...

plasic spoon dress - John Petrey - interesting i thought it was strips of soda cans or sometthing

Cool Factor | ZsaZsa Bellagio - Like No Other

Wearable Art -I love mixing surreal with real especially in fashion and accessories. This graphic painterly dress with exaggerated silhouette; sculptural fashion // by Edda Fall 2016

The Art of Denim Fabric paint might be a good way to embellish a denim quilt. Not faces though. Haha.

BLACKlog: The Art of Denim - Art Painted on Denim - Online auction live on Trade Me

MyBonny - mandarin mexican FRIDA - altered artist Collage Clothing - Wearable…

mexican geisha FRIDA - altered artist Collage Clothing - Wearable Folk Art - Kimono Couture Vintage Indigo Fabric - mybonny

I used to think I was the strangest person in the world, but then I thought there are so many people in the world, there must be someone just like me who feels bizarre and flawed in the same ways I do. --Frida Kahlo This is very colourful

Wearable art

29 Absolutely Terrible Craft Ideas

Amazing Queen of Hearts costume idea made from Playing Cards! One of the coolest and most creative DIY costumes I have ever seen! Tutu made of playing cards? Yes!