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Brief Published: 13 Jul 2011

Human-Hair Glasses


Royal College of Art, London, graduates Azuza Murakami and Alexander Groves, collectively known as Studio Swine, are crafting stylish sunnies from human hair.

Exploring how human hair can be re-imagined as a renewable and viable material, Hair glasses combine human hair and bio-resin making the frames 100% biodegradable and solvent-free creating a welcome alternative to traditional petroleum-based plastic frames.

Studio Swine