Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Pulp Fashion-Isabel de Borchgrave

 Collar constructed of paper
Today we visited the Palace of the Legion of Honor in San Francisco, to see the Isabel de Borchgrave show, Pulp Fashion. Inspiring beyond belief, this artist has been making historical costumes exclusively out of paper. It is a must see. Then a quick shopping trip for a little installation input, at Satin Moon, the great fabric store. For the food portion of our trip, we chose Burma Superstar, near the museum, and then Tartine Bakery, on our way out of town. It doesn't get better than this.

6 comments:

barb cabot said...

Beautiful and amazing piece.

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Arun said...

Liked this.

Anny said...

interesting

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