Fluid Dress Made of Tubes and a Pump

26 Nov
2010

This fluid dress designed by Charlie Bucket is 600 feet of knitted tubing and powered by a pump located in the backpack.

The colors you see are simply dyed water and air. The patterns are partially controlled by the onboard valves, and partially random. The dress weighs about 5 lbs dry and 8 lbs wet.

Couldn’t you see Lady Gaga wearing this?

Visit Charlie Bucket’s website Casual Profanity to see how the dress was made.

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