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Art Student Recreates Popular Websites As Dresses [Pics]

Art Student Recreates Popular Websites As Dresses [Pics]
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18-year-old Victor Faretina's designs are inspired by sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, eBay, Wordpress, and Tumblr.

Emma Hutchings
  • 27 june 2012

Italian art student Victor Faretina has recreated a number of popular websites as dresses. The 18 year old’s creative designs, inspired by Twitter, Pinterest, Wikipedia and Blogger, amongst others, give the sites their own personality and identities. eBay is a low-cut colorful gown held together by a $ symbol, while Wikipedia is a more traditional gray dress, featuring the languages of the world. Click through to see a selection of Faretina’s designs:

Victor Faretina

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