Giant Dresses, made of IKEA Plastic Bag


IKEA, home appliances manufacturer based in Sweden, known for products that are functional and stylish design. Starting from the hanger, bed, sofa, eating utensils to plastic bags. This bag is very typical IKEA, large and blue.

Who would have thought, the bag is in the hands of an artist from Berlin, Germany, transformed into a giant blue dress. Ida-Marie Corell, creating a gown named "ID (E) A", a play on words from IKEA, from 555 plastic bags. "This is the result of intensive work, from concept to exhibition scenography," Corell wrote on his blog, quoted from Ecouterre.

Unique dress is made ​​to be exhibited in the exhibition titled "Oh, Plastiksack!" In Gewerbemuseum Winterthur, Switzerland. The exhibition, also shown Susanna Kumschick creation, which also makes the unique artwork of plastic. Installation involves Corell dresses exhibited with a homemade dress, while playing the keyboard. He wore a giant tail section attached to the back wall, looking very tall and wide. Meanwhile, the front of the dress was left wide and filled the room. The dress is on display at Winterthur Gewerbemuseum.

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