This show featured 36 different pieces from about 27 different artists.
I would recommend muting the sound for this video as the background noise can get rather obnoxious. As I was modeling my own piece, I wasn't able to create a video of my own so am posting one that was taken by someone from Broward College's North Campus Art Club.
Sandra Kuba's piece 'Epiphyte' made using airplants and moss
Kes Elliot's pieces 'All Tomorrow's Parties' featuring hand-painted hoodies and jeans
A collaborative piece entitled 'Sweet Nothings' using candy and candy wrappers
Page R. Burow's piece 'The Cartographer's Daughter' made from maps
Eden Manresa's piece 'Aqua' used melted down plastic bags for parts of it
Jennifer Love Gironda's piece 'Floral Bridal Gown' used recycled paper
Jessica Benton Kelty's pieces 'Haute Bath' and 'Oodles of Pool Noodles' used shower caps, bath loofas, pool noodles and pool towels
Amy Shannon's piece 'Craft Vodka Couture' featured over 300 cardboard bottle neck tags and over 100 copper bottle tops
Alexandra Kirschner's piece 'Dare to Wear' featured a top made of sea glass
Karen Chandler's 'Elven Mischief' which recycled old sweaters
The back of Sarah Buchanan's piece 'Bloom' which featured plastic bags and had strings of lights within the train
Joni Sarah White's piece 'Year of the Horse' used an old English saddle, Sisel rope and porcupine quills
Julie Silk Beaumont's piece 'The Spring Collection' used plastered gauze and paint
Aidana Baldassarre's piece 'Wedding News' used recycled newspaper
Of the pieces shown, do you have a favorite? Have you ever created a piece using unconventional materials? What material do you think will eventually work it's way into mainstream fashion?