Armenian Illustrator Creates Amazing Dress Designs Using Everyday Objects (Part 2)

Published 6 years ago

Edgar Artis is an Armenian fashion illustrator, and there is a reason why you only need to add a letter ‘t’ to get the word artist in his name. His work shines a new light on fashion and proves that something, that is understood as haute couture, is mostly inspired by our daily surroundings.

From garments made out of ketchup, fries or burgers to paper cutouts that perfectly frame an Eiffel Towe, Edgar’s work is definitely inspirational and one of a kind. In fact, this is not the first time we are amazed by his work, you can find more for Artis’ work here. Scroll down to see what happens if you combine fashion and fries!

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