They say that you should never play with your food, but they never mentioned anything about wearing it.
Armenian illustrator Edgar Artis creates fashion illustrations that are inspired by everyday objects, such as food and office supplies. For instance, one drawing features a woman dressed elegantly in a gown made of watermelon slices, while another shows a different model posing in a burger dress.
His sketches of office supplies are equally as stunning as his food designs. Check out this gorgeous dress made from paper clips.
Or this outfit composed of colourful feathers.
Freedom fighter 🙌🏼 Dress made out of feathers. I have fantastic news‼️ I was invited to study at @ifaparis I am super excited and happy, finally i will be able to create real dresses and it will be a dream come true. It wouldn't happen without you guys, you spread my artworks around the world and @ifaparis noticed me. I am very thankful to everyone🙏🏼 Keep following and supporting. #supportcanchangelife I will of course continue creating these illustrations. ❤️
According to Edgar, he decided to make these illustration after her grew weary of seeing the usual “princess dresses,” as he calls them.
“I’m tired of seeing people who think princess stuff is beauty and perfection. I created a contemporary design which hides a beautiful message behind.
“It reminds me of a caterpillar who is about to transform into a beautiful butterfly and fly. Many people are afraid or shy of showing to everyone what they are capable of. Same situation was with me.
“Here is my advice, don’t ever ever be shy or afraid, open your beautiful world and show them who you are!”
You can see more of Edgar Artis’ work on Instagram, where he already has more than 700,000 followers.
Via My Modern Met