Artwork by jenny saville and glen luchford

I really love the organic and tactile nature of this image - the folded and squished flesh is highly evocative.

Artwork by Lucy McRae and Bart Hess. Source: http://www.artandaustralia.com/magazine/issue-19/new-pageasfdasdf

garment by nadine goepfert

fabric ideas - neoprene? - smooth yet thick texture that creates volume and shape easily 

Artwork by Ernesto Neto. Source: pinterest

Artwork> La Belle Rafaela, 1927 - Tamara de Lempicka

The smooth yet bulbous nature seen in this artwork of a nude woman is amazing 

Artwork 'Balloon Flower' by Jeff Koons

NBC RESEARCH FILE 

Installations by Ernesto Neto

BUILDING ON BODIES: THE ARTWORK OF LUCY MCRAE. Source: http://www.artandaustralia.com/magazine/issue-19/new-pageasfdasdf

The use of stockings / transparent stretchy fabric to envelop shapes is interesting - something to explore?

Artwork by Ernesto Neto. Source: pinterest

Artist: lucy glendinning

I am going to explore this peachy / orange colour palette - reflective of flesh

Artwork by Ernesto Neto. Source: pinterest

jenny saville and glen luchford

CONCRETE MISPLOTS - Zeitguised. Source: http://www.zeitguised.com/61786/381993/work/concrete-misplots

I really like this image - reminds me of knotting / stuffing = I will explore through stitching padded shapes and through knotting thick fabric.

Installations by Ernesto Neto. Source: pinterest

Stuffing shapes that have negative and positive space is exciting - interweaving the body into the garment? interaction ?

jenny saville and glen luchford

Installations by Ernesto Neto. Source: pinterest

hanging / loose padded shapes on the garment would be interesting as it will be used in a dance ?

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