Mash Up Clothes in Buenos Aires

Mash Up Clothes in Buenos Aires
Design

Taking the concept from each article it must be unique in an almost artistic sense, is not possible to make then pieces repeated.... They summon from its site to that manual workers work thus with them like also communitarian factories.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 17 april 2007

A group of designers in Buenos Aires experiment with the mash up concept in design.
They have a brand called
12 – na
and chose a method to work. Taking the concept from each article it must be unique in an almost artistic sense, is not possible to make then pieces repeated. Transforming, taking part, recycling clothes that in its origin had another context and use. The designers of 12 – na search in American fairs and flea markets to apply to the clothes a new use. With the concept of handmade as expression form, does not use industrial methods of preparation. They summon from its site to that manual workers work thus with them like also communitarian factories.

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