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Artist creates clothes carved from timber

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Here's an artist that likes to go against the grain - making incredible life-like clothes out of wood.

Fraser Smith, from Natchez, Mississippi, is a master woodcarver who tries to fool the eye with his intricate sculpting skills using a art technique called trompe l'oeil.

He's made almost an entire wardrobe including bomber jackets, leather jackets, quilts, baseball caps and basketball shirts.

http://www.dailymail...ved-timber.html

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Nice and creative. I'd like to see him carve a dress that at least reaches the knees and a business suit with a power tie.

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Nice and creative. I'd like to see him carve a dress that at least reaches the knees and a business suit with a power tie.

Do you not think it would be awful noisy wearing his creations? I wouldn't want to be walking about creaking... or worse, rustling. You can be arrested for rustling. (Only saying)

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What happens if you get woodworm..?

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I'm impressed but I still wonder, why?

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Do you not think it would be awful noisy wearing his creations? I wouldn't want to be walking about creaking... or worse, rustling. You can be arrested for rustling. (Only saying)

I reckon so, partner. It's not worth all them there splinters that your liable to get either. *tips hat*

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