Those elaborately designed garments presented in this post were made from layers of Finnish birch plywood by artist Ron Isaacs in a trompe l’oeil fashion. Starting from wood, then cut, layer and paint, Isaacs made these highly detailed “architectural clothing.” Each piece merges three recurring subjects found in most of his works: vintage clothing, plant materials (sticks, leaves, and flowers) and found objects. Combining trompe l’oeil painting with master wood carving, the sculptures appear ready to move in a gentle breeze as they morph into natural elements.
In this post, I will present you with 11 pieces of wooden clothing, accessories made my some Carpenter Masters. Those masters love wood so much that try to make those daily items also in wood… Look at those jacket, coat, shoes hat…etc., so many details and so realistic… That is purely amazing!