Mankind is undaunted in its efforts to process as many products as possible into canned form, and when possible, to give those cans spray-on ability. Finally science has achieved the touchstone of sprayable clothing that surpasses the novelty of body paint.
Wired reports a British company has developed clothing that comes in a can. You spray the substance on your body and it forms a cohesive fabric.
“In my quest to produce this kind of fabric, I ended up returning to the principles of the earliest textiles such as felt, which were also produced by taking fibers and finding a way of binding them together without having to weave or stitch them,” a Spanish designer who helped develop the product told Wired.
Would products would you like to see canned and sprayable?