艺术家苏珊娜·琼曼斯(Suzanne Jongmans)是一名雕塑家和服装设计师，她运用自己的技能，用聚苯乙烯泡沫塑料、塑料板和厚汽泡纸等包装材料制作可回收的服装。服装的形式是精心制作的帽子和高领连衣裙，拍摄对象的姿势让人想起15、16和17世纪的肖像风格。这位荷兰艺术家特别提到了伦勃朗(Rembrandt)、小霍尔拜因(Holbein the Younger)和罗吉尔·范德维登(Rogier van der Weyden)等艺术家的作品。琼曼将现代一次性材料与精美丝绸或蕾丝的美学联系在一起，呈现出具有数百年历史的服装的创意。她解释说，无中生有的想法改变了我们对现实的看法。“……大多数人把泡沫扔掉。”我用它做衣服，泡沫是我的纺织品。Interdisciplinary artist Suzanne Jongmans uses her skills as a sculptor and costume designer to create recycled garments from packing materials such as Styrofoam, plastic sheets, and segments of thick bubble wrap. The costumes take the form of elaborate bonnets and high collared dresses which are then photographed on subjects in poses reminiscent of portrait styles from the 15th, 16th, and 17th centuries. Specifically the Dutch artist references paintings created by artists such as Rembrandt, Holbein the Younger, and Rogier van der Weyden in her styled photographs.Jongmans draws connections between contemporary disposable materials and the aesthetics of fine silks or lace, presenting creative takes on centuries-old clothing. “The idea of making something out of nothing changes our look on reality,she explains. “…Most people throw that [foam] away. I make clothing out of it; foam is my textile.You can see more of her portraits and garments sculpted from recycled materials on her website and Facebook.