Не для слабонервных: От бикини до подставок для яиц из человеческих волос

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Если вы сильно линяете, то не спешите выбрасывать свои мертвые волосы с расчески в мусорку, возможно, они станут хорошим ресурсом.

Наверняка есть что-то, что вы могли бы сделать из собственных волос?

Возможно, вы могли бы объединить несколько прядей вместе, чтобы сформировать пару шнурков, или связать подставку для яиц.

Она — студент-выпускник Голдсмитса, Лондонского университета, использует человеческие волосы, для создания различных вещей, от бюстгальтера до шнурков.

Лидию вдохновили на творчество обнаруженные пряди волос ее бабушки, которые хранились в течение 70-ти лет.

Затем она связала из них уютный чехол для чайника, чтобы он приятнее держался в руке.

Strictly embargoed until 00.01 on Thursday 7 June 2018 One of the items which Lydia Hunt made from human hair. See SWNS story SWHAIR; A design student from Goldsmiths, University of London has used human hair to create a range of personal items from bras to shoelaces to skipping ropes. Lydia Hunt’s final year project is based on her book 106 Ways To Celebrate Human Hair, in which she asked people ‘if you had your lifetime’s worth of hair spun in to wool what would you make, why and who would you pass it down to?’. The anonymous respondents ranged from five to 94 years old. So far she has created 10 of the suggested heirlooms, which will be displayed at the Goldsmiths Design Degree Show in Peckham, London from 7 to 11 June.

«Это может прозвучать странно, но я считаю, что волосы, выпавшие в том числе — важная часть нашей личности. Мне хотелось придумать им значимое применение», объясняет Лидия.

«Я хочу показать людям, что они могут сделать с волосами, которые они теряют ежедневно. Например, в мае этого года я из 987 волос сумела сделать подставку для яиц»

«Я хотела оживить наши волосы, которые каждый день у нас выпадают, и попыталась создать ритуал их сохранения. Было здорово воссоздать некоторые из вещей, и я надеюсь, что общество примет эту идею».

Strictly embargoed until 00.01 on Thursday 7 June 2018 One of the items which Lydia Hunt made from human hair. See SWNS story SWHAIR; A design student from Goldsmiths, University of London has used human hair to create a range of personal items from bras to shoelaces to skipping ropes. Lydia Hunt’s final year project is based on her book 106 Ways To Celebrate Human Hair, in which she asked people ‘if you had your lifetime’s worth of hair spun in to wool what would you make, why and who would you pass it down to?’. The anonymous respondents ranged from five to 94 years old. So far she has created 10 of the suggested heirlooms, which will be displayed at the Goldsmiths Design Degree Show in Peckham, London from 7 to 11 June.

Вот список некоторых ее творений:

Бюстгальтер: «Мои подруги и семья смогут по очереди носить его. Волосы, конечно, будут щекотать, зато этот момент будет являться напоминанием обо мне»

Пара шнурков: «Каждый раз, когда кто-то из семьи будет завязывать шнурки, будет вспоминать обо мне, даже если меня не будет рядом»

Скакалка: «Я хотела бы, чтобы мои дети и внуки играя с ней, думали обо мне»

Strictly embargoed until 00.01 on Thursday 7 June 2018 One of the items which Lydia Hunt made from human hair. See SWNS story SWHAIR; A design student from Goldsmiths, University of London has used human hair to create a range of personal items from bras to shoelaces to skipping ropes. Lydia Hunt’s final year project is based on her book 106 Ways To Celebrate Human Hair, in which she asked people ‘if you had your lifetime’s worth of hair spun in to wool what would you make, why and who would you pass it down to?’. The anonymous respondents ranged from five to 94 years old. So far she has created 10 of the suggested heirlooms, which will be displayed at the Goldsmiths Design Degree Show in Peckham, London from 7 to 11 June.

Совсем недавно Лидия представила свой проект для университета Голдсмитс.

Strictly embargoed until 00.01 on Thursday 7 June 2018 One of the items which Lydia Hunt made from human hair. See SWNS story SWHAIR; A design student from Goldsmiths, University of London has used human hair to create a range of personal items from bras to shoelaces to skipping ropes. Lydia Hunt’s final year project is based on her book 106 Ways To Celebrate Human Hair, in which she asked people ‘if you had your lifetime’s worth of hair spun in to wool what would you make, why and who would you pass it down to?’. The anonymous respondents ranged from five to 94 years old. So far she has created 10 of the suggested heirlooms, which will be displayed at the Goldsmiths Design Degree Show in Peckham, London from 7 to 11 June.

Strictly embargoed until 00.01 on Thursday 7 June 2018 One of the items which Lydia Hunt made from human hair. See SWNS story SWHAIR; A design student from Goldsmiths, University of London has used human hair to create a range of personal items from bras to shoelaces to skipping ropes. Lydia Hunt’s final year project is based on her book 106 Ways To Celebrate Human Hair, in which she asked people ‘if you had your lifetime’s worth of hair spun in to wool what would you make, why and who would you pass it down to?’. The anonymous respondents ranged from five to 94 years old. So far she has created 10 of the suggested heirlooms, which will be displayed at the Goldsmiths Design Degree Show in Peckham, London from 7 to 11 June.

Strictly embargoed until 00.01 on Thursday 7 June 2018 One of the items which Lydia Hunt made from human hair. See SWNS story SWHAIR; A design student from Goldsmiths, University of London has used human hair to create a range of personal items from bras to shoelaces to skipping ropes. Lydia Hunt’s final year project is based on her book 106 Ways To Celebrate Human Hair, in which she asked people ‘if you had your lifetime’s worth of hair spun in to wool what would you make, why and who would you pass it down to?’. The anonymous respondents ranged from five to 94 years old. So far she has created 10 of the suggested heirlooms, which will be displayed at the Goldsmiths Design Degree Show in Peckham, London from 7 to 11 June.

Strictly embargoed until 00.01 on Thursday 7 June 2018 One of the items which Lydia Hunt made from human hair. See SWNS story SWHAIR; A design student from Goldsmiths, University of London has used human hair to create a range of personal items from bras to shoelaces to skipping ropes. Lydia Hunt’s final year project is based on her book 106 Ways To Celebrate Human Hair, in which she asked people ‘if you had your lifetime’s worth of hair spun in to wool what would you make, why and who would you pass it down to?’. The anonymous respondents ranged from five to 94 years old. So far she has created 10 of the suggested heirlooms, which will be displayed at the Goldsmiths Design Degree Show in Peckham, London from 7 to 11 June.

Strictly embargoed until 00.01 on Thursday 7 June 2018 One of the items which Lydia Hunt made from human hair. See SWNS story SWHAIR; A design student from Goldsmiths, University of London has used human hair to create a range of personal items from bras to shoelaces to skipping ropes. Lydia Hunt’s final year project is based on her book 106 Ways To Celebrate Human Hair, in which she asked people ‘if you had your lifetime’s worth of hair spun in to wool what would you make, why and who would you pass it down to?’. The anonymous respondents ranged from five to 94 years old. So far she has created 10 of the suggested heirlooms, which will be displayed at the Goldsmiths Design Degree Show in Peckham, London from 7 to 11 June.

Strictly embargoed until 00.01 on Thursday 7 June 2018 One of the items which Lydia Hunt made from human hair. See SWNS story SWHAIR; A design student from Goldsmiths, University of London has used human hair to create a range of personal items from bras to shoelaces to skipping ropes. Lydia Hunt’s final year project is based on her book 106 Ways To Celebrate Human Hair, in which she asked people ‘if you had your lifetime’s worth of hair spun in to wool what would you make, why and who would you pass it down to?’. The anonymous respondents ranged from five to 94 years old. So far she has created 10 of the suggested heirlooms, which will be displayed at the Goldsmiths Design Degree Show in Peckham, London from 7 to 11 June.

Strictly embargoed until 00.01 on Thursday 7 June 2018 One of the items which Lydia Hunt made from human hair. See SWNS story SWHAIR; A design student from Goldsmiths, University of London has used human hair to create a range of personal items from bras to shoelaces to skipping ropes. Lydia Hunt’s final year project is based on her book 106 Ways To Celebrate Human Hair, in which she asked people ‘if you had your lifetime’s worth of hair spun in to wool what would you make, why and who would you pass it down to?’. The anonymous respondents ranged from five to 94 years old. So far she has created 10 of the suggested heirlooms, which will be displayed at the Goldsmiths Design Degree Show in Peckham, London from 7 to 11 June.

Strictly embargoed until 00.01 on Thursday 7 June 2018 One of the items which Lydia Hunt made from human hair. See SWNS story SWHAIR; A design student from Goldsmiths, University of London has used human hair to create a range of personal items from bras to shoelaces to skipping ropes. Lydia Hunt’s final year project is based on her book 106 Ways To Celebrate Human Hair, in which she asked people ‘if you had your lifetime’s worth of hair spun in to wool what would you make, why and who would you pass it down to?’. The anonymous respondents ranged from five to 94 years old. So far she has created 10 of the suggested heirlooms, which will be displayed at the Goldsmiths Design Degree Show in Peckham, London from 7 to 11 June.

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