Spray-on Fabric, (2000)

Spray-on Fabric is an instant fabric dispensed from an aerosol or spray gun. It forms a non-woven material as soon as it comes into contact with a solid surface, including human skin. Spray-on Fabric was invented as the result of examining ways in which existing aerosol based products might be imaginatively reconfigured. The original inspiration was to create a new, seamless fabric for use in the fashion industry. As a practical product, Spray-on Fabric offers possibilities for binding, lining, repairing, layering, covering and moulding in ways previously unimaginable. Spray-on Fabric is being developed as a multi-functional product which is simple and easy to use. The possible applications are limited only by the imagination of the designer or wearer.

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