Friday, February 26, 2010

At the moment, the world's first 3D printed polyamid shoes...?

Two students, Naim Josefi and Souzan Youssouf, of Beckmans & Konstfack collaborated with each other at Stockholm Fashion week. Together for the collection "Melonia", they created wearable shoes, which was 3D printed in polyamid.

Excerpt of the concept by Core77:
"The shoes call for further exploration in ever-developing rapid prototyping processes. The pair envisage a world in which we could produce and recycle such objects in a closed loop."

Comment: I wonder how steady is this shoe? I must say, it looks very innovative!

Link up: Core77

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