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beatrice oettinger’s baked goods

Well, they are baked, but they are not edible. Berlin’s Beatrice Oettinger calls her work ‘textile baking’. This dress is formed with flour, flowers and water…then baked.

baked dress

Flour, water, flower petals, seeds 15″

These wild clothes are baked with water and flour, mixed up with the wasteful abundance of the nature’s materials:
with flowers, seeds, grasses, bark… Every clothing is unique, expression of a moment, a season, a walk – made for inspirations.

She even makes lamps with the ‘wild dresses’. Delicious way to start your day…see more of her work on Dawanda.

beatrice’s baked lamp

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