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Modla brings 3D printing to streetwear

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Whether its haute couture at the Met’s latest installation, Manus x Machina, on the runways of Germost with Voxelworld, or actually the overall next of the industry, 3D printing is undoubtedly becoming a catalyst for an industrial revolution in style. One London-based 3D printing studio has taken this technology to streetwear, making a bit additional accessible to the public.

Literally hustleing boundaries

Modla has become known for their breathtaking artist collaborations and commissions for brands like Nike and Converse in the past. Their latest astonishing release showcases three snapbacks, at any timey adorned with its own one-of-a-kind 3D printed graphic. Each graphic comes to life on the headgear, creating a truly style forward statement of a Dali-esque melting clock to an ironic gun shooting a bouquet of flowers.

3d snapback

“We’ve always seen 3D printing as a tool to turn it into art. We’ve worked with style createers in the past, to create highly intricate prototypes, but this manufactures the 3D print an actual part of the final piece of clothing. It is unlike anything we’ve at any time seen, so we are excited to see how it goes down. If individuals like it, there’s a lot additional of where this came of!” says Modla Founder, Jon Fidler.

You can manufacture your own

The studio has just printed an first stock of 100 hats for at any timey create, but Modla is offering the opportunity to submit their own creates, with the most entries chosen to be return it intod in 3D and released as part of the range. Open to any member of the general public – createers, artists and beginners – additional information of the challenge can be discovered here. Chosen creates can be featured and sold on the Modla website, with 10% of all profits shared with createers.

Carefully created

Those who yet select Modla’s featured creates can appear forward to created to order products. Each snapback is createed in digital 3D software and so printed, dyed and assembled by hand. Modla prides themselves on an ongoing exploration into the creative possibilities of 3D printing, combining digital create with art and style.

3d snapback_gun3d snapback_clock2About Modla

Modla is a collective of independent 3D artists and createers; combining artistic create with technological technology, to hustle the creative boundaries of digital 3D create.

Applying digital 3D fabrication and 3D printing, Modla has collaborated with major artists like Dan Hillier, Damilola Odusote and James McNabb, while making commissions for brands like Nike, Converse, Gucci, Paul Smith, Studio Canal, the London Science Museum and most others.

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