How-To: Photorealistic Fabric Versions of Stuff

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How-To:  Photorealistic Fabric Versions of Stuff

Simple and satisfying craft technique from Photojojo: Take pictures of your favorite object, print them at 1:1 scale on inkjet canvas, and sew them together to make a hollow cloth facsimile of the real thing. Use it as a pouch or slipcover that advertises what it contains or, alternately, conceals it. [via CRAFT]

2 thoughts on “How-To: Photorealistic Fabric Versions of Stuff

  1. TieDyePie says:

    Just like to thank the authors for using the Muppet Movie soundtrack. I just happen to be listening to Rainbow Connection at this very moment.

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