This dress is made from 250 meters of hair; this dress is made of a massive quantity of human hair. It was created by Thelma Madine and Ryan Edwards for an Alternative Miss Liverpool competition in Liverpool, UK.
Eyeglasses made out of human hair, Hair Glasses are composed of human hair with bruising as a binding agent; the frames are 100% biodegradable and no harmful substances are released during production.
The beautiful jewelry made from human hair, Kerry Howley, an art student at Middlesex University; put together a jewelry collection made from human hair.
Embroidered artwork with human hair, a Bogota-based Zaira Pulido has been asking every one of her friends and people she’s into four strands of their hair to use in a sequence of embroidered artworks. She uses human hair instead of the usual thread and makes numerous works, like embroidered portraits of her friends.
Sweaters from dog hair, Doumé Jalat-Dehen makes wool out of dog hair and then her customers make sweaters from the dog wool.She says “It takes about seven years to gather enough dog hair for a sweater. First of all, you can’t just pull the fur out! That’s inhumane, plus it’s cheating. You just have to brush your dog regularly and save what comes off.”
Hair stairway, Hairy Stairway art installation in the abandoned Mountainaire Hotel in Hot Springs, Arkansas, by Jessica Wohl.
Tiananmen Square sculpture made from human hair, Hairdresser Huang Xin made a 3-foot replica of Beijing’s Gate of Heavenly Peace out of the hair of his customers! He did this to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the founding of Communist China.
Tunic made from one million meters of human hair, unique tunic-like dress, made out of countless human hairs, was presented by a model, in the center of Vietnam’s capital, Hanoi. Kim Do, a Vietnamese hairdresser created this tunic made from hair.
Leaves made from human hair, Jenine Shereos’s delicate leaf sculptures look like the real thing from a distance, but they’re actually made of hair. She made them by stitching the hairs together on a backing, then dissolving that backing in the water.
Obama sculpture made from human hair, To celebrate President Barack Obama‘s visit to China, Huang Xin, the same man behind the Tiananmen Square model above, created a small sculpture of the U.S. head of state, from human hair.
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