Our Wearable Manifestos


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Admar

wearableMANIFESTO worn as apron with a cute mask

 (picture Becky Stewart)

(picture Becky Stewart)

Beam

The idea was zero waste, which was fine, till the experiments with the cubes, woven copper, shielding the body. Still the inside shows the parts of the fabric cut out for the cubes. Further, as tools, I considered the swatches from the swatchbook as tools, so these have to fit into the pockets.

front side, the pentagons, for the arms not cut away.

inside without the swatches and the shielding for the body.

Inside, with the “tools” for activism…

(picture Becky Stewart)

Celine

(picture Becky Stewart)

Hannah

>> https://www.flickr.com/photos/plusea/albums/72157685358842794
>> http://wsp.plusea.at/wearablemanifesto/

My Wearable Manifesto

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Jacket/vest:
My Wearable Manifesto

Three different apron options:
1) Sides dangling (stay weird!)
My Wearable Manifesto
2) Arms opened and sides tucked inside
My Wearable Manifesto
3) Whole upper part tucked inside
…img coming soon…

Capacitive sensing circuit:

Lara

(picture Becky Stewart)

Liza

>> https://www.flickr.com/photos/62691210@N03/albums/72157687723982526
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Rachel

Rachels amazing modular e-textile fabric, allowing both capacitive matrix and power / signal connections

The soft resistance wearable manifesto

Zoe

 

 

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