From printed Aston Martins blown up in the James Bond film “Skyfall”, to personalized sex toys: 3D printing is demonstrating its influence, and making its way into your home for personal use.
Upon visiting Openhouse’s 3DEA Pop Up Store at the Eventi Hotel, we were taken with the evolving 3D printing technology and how it has been applied to fashion and design. Designers Aaron Trocola, Heidi Lee, Mary Huang, Pauline van Dongen, and Dirk van der Kooij showcased fashion and industrial design pieces that push the boundaries – creating custom items that are strikingly beautiful and unique.
We were inspired by the work on display and its significance to this advancing industry. We came up with a concept, called some friends, and pulled this shoot together.
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