Anthozoa is a 3D printed fashion project created by Neri Oxman and fashion designer Iris Van Herpen. It is debuted in the 2013 Paris Fashion Week. I admire how this project represent technology infused art, especially that fashion is a highly customized industry, so there must be variables that controls the individual module. The 3D printed skirt is powered by Stratasys’ Objet Connex multi-material 3D printing technology, which allows both soft and hard materials to be printed in a single build. Variables also can be changed in the 3D model to fit on the show model. Oxman incorporated aesthetic values into the project. The skirt and cape are tectonic that they are modular and their orientation and sizes vary. Getting inspirations from anthozoa, Oxman mimicked its form and texture to create creative high-end fashion.
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