“I think as a kid you are doing crafts and that is totally normal, and seems to be what you do as a kid and I think what the kind of weird tragedy is that when you become an adult you grow up you lose that. You stop just involving yourself in the joy of color and creation and stuff,…
For the Deconstruction (Part 1 of Bridge 1), please click the link
After having deconstructed a child’s raincoat, it has now been reconstructed into a toddler’s swimsuit and shoes.
The toddler’s shoes are constructed with velcro to easily slip a baby’s feet in and out of it. Lined with felt, the shoe is made for comfort and perfect for babies that hate or love shoes.
[courtesy of Delia Creates for the shoe pattern]
The toddler’s swimsuit is made with velcro to close the garment like a diaper and there is a surprise, detachable tail in the back for all the children who love detachable things.
For the first part of Bridge One, I sought out to Goodwill and found the perfect raincoat with a lot of compartments attached. We were assigned to take apart all components of the article and here is my documentation: Click to view
Failed Project I was studying the different kinds of people in a New York City Park, Union Square Park, because I wanted to find out: What/Why/How do I create a shoe that responds to a busy New York City filled with quick decisions and a variety of environments? In Order to help my audience understand that a shoe can serve…