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Textile Printing Technology Produces High-Resistance Fabric #WearableWednesday #3DPrinting

Grdxkn patronace fabric designboom 1200

Via Design Boom:

munich-based industrial designer bastian müller’s brand patronace reveals soft protection jackets unique to the market. titled GRDXKN, the newly invented, textile printing technology integrates mechanical material performance into the soft textile itself, and enables two-dimensional colors to become three-dimensional in parts.

lightweight and sturdy, flexible and abrasion resistant, the patronace’s clothing processes the color — which used to be purely decorative — and makes a functional, architectural structure. the result can be obtained with almost every kind of fabric, from genuine leather to light-reflecting materials.

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