French designer Pauline Marcombe has made a wooden T-shirt.
Called Prototype Triangle Numéro 1, it's made from laser-cut triangles of MDF assembled with wire.
Numbers generated by the computer software that's used to control the cutting are burnt into the pieces "to highlight the process of digital fabrication," she says.
"I like to explore the borders and crossing points of architecture, music and fashion," Marcombe continues. "Since my graduation project I've been obsessed with triangles and I'm now working on a second prototype based on body movement."
Marcombe trained as an architect in Toulouse and Paris, and she graduated from TU Delft in the Netherlands.
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