Researchers at Australia’s CSIRO have 3D printed metal horseshoes – but there’s a lot more to this story.
If there is a fashion designer pushing the envelope of 3D printed design, it is Dutch designer Iris van Herpen. Her frequent exhibitions often shock viewers with radical concepts enabled by 3D printing.
Manuel Vogel’s ‘Bone Shoes’ are the last 3D printing’ pair we’re presenting this week. Why he chose this technology? “I’m fascinated by the freedom and possibilities of 3D printing. “ Manuel Vogel, a German Fashion and Industrial designer is born in Sao Paulo, but based in Berlin.
Next to working on her PhD in Physics, Katrien Herdewyn is studying Shoe Design at the Academy of Fine Arts, Sint-Niklaas (SASK). Take a look at the shoes and shoe experiments she 3D printed through our service
Most people know Marieka Ratsma of her famous Biomimicry shoe she created in cooperation with Kostika Spaho.
Imagine being able to create your own unique, handmade shoes. You’d never have to go shoe shopping — and see all those nice-but-not-quite-right shoes — again It’s now a reality. Australian-based startup Shoes of Prey allows you to design your own pair of shoes online.