Clothes inspired by 3D-printed defect

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Through her graduate collection, the young Israeli designer Noa Raviv integrated 3D-printed elements into clothes, inspired by distortion in 3D softwares.

Today, we go on with 3D-printing! Through her graduate collection, the young Israeli designer Noa Raviv integrated 3D-printed elements into clothes, inspired by distortion in 3D softwares. Young designer told Deezen Magazine that she was faschinated by the grid shown on the 2D screen and by the way black repetitive lines define voluminous objects.

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Noa Raviv – Graduate collection

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Noa Raviv – Graduate collection

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Noa Raviv – Graduate collection

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Noa Raviv – Graduate collection

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Noa Raviv – Graduate collection

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Noa Raviv – Graduate collection

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Noa Raviv – Graduate collection

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Noa Raviv – Graduate collection

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Noa Raviv – Graduate collection

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Noa Raviv – Graduate collection

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Noa Raviv – Graduate collection

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Noa Raviv – Graduate collection

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Noa Raviv – Graduate collection

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