Leaf T-Shirts By Dave Rittinger
Artist Dave Rittinger (born in 1984, New York) has created a series of t-shirts made from nothing more than leaves and glue. While the idea of what he calls the Zero Footprint Shirt looks pretty simple, the execution was the harder part. These really “autumnish” shirts were carefully woven by hand using glue to hold them together.
By the way, Dave currently works with two legendary American conceptual artists and sculptors Dennis Oppenheim and Alice Aycock, so if you want to learn more about him – just visit his website daverittinger.com.
Green Leaf T-Shirt
Brown Leaf T-Shirt
Purple Leaf T-Shirt
Red Leaf T-Shirt
Yellow Leaf T-Shirt
I like the purple, brown, and yellow ones. Are they real leaves?
Im laughing because the model has a completely straight face while wearing these ridiculous shirts.
“Zero footprint” … there must have been a lot of glue used in it and it is quite likely that the carbon emissions from a plain cotton t-shirt made in Indonesia are much lower ……….
it’s not so cool when you think of all the little insects hiding in those leaves. Otherwise, very cool design and colors!
wow, really creative t-shirts!
no offence but this guy looks really gay to me
it would be interesting to see how do you look like, feel very brave in front of computer?
he said no offence, didn’t he?
No offence but you sir are a F*cktard….see dosen’t work that way.