Hard Copy - 3D printed fashion collection by Noa Raviv
Noa Raviv created textiles with distorted grid patterns stretched across the fabric, resulting in a playful visual illusion. In addition she used 3D printed elements to make bold and intricate shapes. The digitally inspired features are juxtaposed with silhouettes influenced by classical greek sculptures.
ORIGAMI FASHION HATS A TRENDY SELECTION INDEED !!!!!!! HATS FASHION WEEK ON ORIGAMILOVE -DAY 1
“Origami hats from House of Architects Millinery “These hats are so cool!” Way back when, paper art generally involved stabbing at a few pieces of folded paper and proudly pulling out a string of misshapen snowflakes. Reclaiming the joy of cutting up paper but vastly improving on the results is Atlanta-based duoAmy Flurry and Nikki Salk, who turned to making dramatic paper headpieces as catharsis in a difficult year The beautifully sculpted labors of love, called the PAPER CUT PROJECT will…
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Noa Raviv Shows Off Her Amazing 3D Printed Fashion - 3DPrint.com | The Voice of 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing
Noa Raviv is a fourth year student at Shenkar College of Design in Ramat Gan, Israel. Her design work, however, belies her youth and is grabbing the attention of people...
Plato's collection - Math-Inspired Origami Dresses From Paper and Textiles by Amila Hrustic
Amila Hrustic, a student at the Academy of Fine Arts at the University of Sarajevo, found herself gravitating towards geometry—specifically Platonic solids—during her four years studying product design. Her love affair with the tetrahedron, cube, octahedron, dodecahedron, and icosahedron led to her diploma project, “Plato’s Collection,” a line of dresses that embody the forms’ aesthetic beauty and symmetry. Coupled with Hrustic’s use of black-and-white printed patterns, the end result is a…