This Incredible Dress Is Made Out of a Movie Script

Artist Jum Nakao Creates an Installation to Promote 'Hollywood Costume' Exhibition

Published On
Sep 30, 2014

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To promote "Hollywood Costume," an exhibition at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, agency 180 LA worked with Brazilian multimedia artist Jum Nakao on an incredible installation inspired by Sofia Coppola's "Marie Antoinette." Nakao transformed the actual script of the movie into a paper dress and headpiece fashioned after the costume worn by Kirsten Dunst on-screen. As shown in the video above, this involved a painstaking process of handcrafting that also pays homage to Oscar-winning costume designer Milena Canonero's work on the film (Canonero designed over 60 gowns for Dunst alone). The installation will travel around Los Angeles leading into the exhibition's opening on Oct. 2, with a final stop at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Credits

Date
Sep 30, 2014
Agency:
180 LA
Brand:
Hollywood Costumes
Client:
Hollywood Costumes
Artist:
Jum Nakao
Co-Founder/Chief Creative Officer:
William Gelner
Chief Marketing Officer:
Stephen Larkin
Project Manager:
Sharon Murff
Executive Director:
Suzana Memlak
Creative Director:
Zac Ryder
Creative Director:
Adam Groves
Head of Design:
Richard Harrington
Art Director:
Malone Roberts
Copywriter:
Daniel Chen
Producer:
Nili Zadok
Producer:
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

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