That’s creative! Smart artist creates accessories from everyday objects – including an orange peel bra and a combo set made from slices of CHEESE
- Gab Bois, from Montreal, uses everyday objects from around the house for her art
- Gets inspiration from everything around her but sometimes has to brainstorm
- Designs include a top made from chips and bracelets made from pieces of asparagus
An artist has made a selection of very daring fashion statements by creating accessories from everyday objects – including a bag made from a face mask and a combined ensemble of cheese slices.
Montreal fine arts student Gab Bois uses everyday objects from around the house to create surreal garments.
Among the creations, which are collected in an online gallery by Bored Panda, bags and bras are made from fruit pieces and bracelets are made from asparagus and Brussels sprouts.
At a glance, Gab can be seen covering her body in chips to give the look of a long-sleeved top,” while in another she reuses a set of earphones to give the illusion of bra straps.
Gab Bois, from Montreal, has created a selection of very daring fashion statements by creating accessories from everyday objects – including a bag made from a face mask (pictured)
The clever designer uses everyday objects from around the house to create surreal garments – including a plaid combination made from slices of cheese
Below the list, made by Bored Panda, is a long-sleeved top made entirely of potato chips
Jewelery takes many forms in Gab’s creations, and one click shows bracelets made from asparagus and Brussels sprouts
Gabs, who is inspired by things around her, has also made a bag from a piece of fruit (pictured)
The Fine Arts student said that her images sometimes take on different forms than she imagined, prompting her to try them again. Pictured, an orange peel bra
Another creative idea from Gab is sunglasses made from camera film (photo)
In another image, she reuses a set of earphones to give the impression that they are bra straps – and even ties them in a neat bow
In another snap, Gab uses cabbage to create a stylish crop top, with off-the-shoulder detail