Digital Portraits

September 30th, 2008

Digital Portraits is project by mashallah.design and Linda Kostowski.

Three people are portrayed by turning their 3D data into 2D sewing patterns and converting these into articles of clothing. Linked with their biographical memories, a digital twin of the body is created.

Digital Portraits

Digital Portraits

Digital Portraits

found at dezeen

6 Responses to “Digital Portraits”

  1. Paul Says:

    that first one is insanely beautiful!

  2. JC Says:

    Yeah I really dig this as well. Stunning results.

  3. Benjamin Says:

    Wowza…These are textile creations of genius..

  4. EMMA Says:

    I really like these closes ,and it will be more better if they are comfortable.

  5. beck Says:

    Are these primarily female bodies? Could it work to create a more voluptuous image/sculpture?

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