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Tapestry Spectacles.

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Chloë McCormick and Nicholas O’Donnell-Hoare have created some interestingly interactive spectacles. Adorned with a brilliant DYI embroidery, the eyewear symbolizes a unification of new technologies and ancient techniques. The glasses were featured earlier this year in the Warped Tapestry Collection in an exhibition entitled “Send to Print / Print to Send” in the Aram Gallery.

Photo Courtesy of Chloë McCormick.

Photo Courtesy of Chloë McCormick.

Photo Courtesy of Chloë McCormick.

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