3D Printing Is a Way of Life for Dutch Designer Elise Luttik

In the ever-changing world of design, 3D printing can help start-up studios develop high quality products without having to depend on large initial investments. Elise Luttik, founder of 3D printing design studio Eli5e, definitely thinks that 3D printing has made it easier to make her ideas into products and has spoken about her experience in an interview with leading Belgian 3D printing service provider iMaterialise. Continue reading “3D Printing Is a Way of Life for Dutch Designer Elise Luttik”

Make it flexible with rubber-like material!

Rubber-like, launched for the first time by Iris van Herpen and Julia Koerner, is a very cool, flexible material. Check out what you can do with it!

We saw the material for the first time at the Spring Fashion Week 2013 in Paris, used for a dress by Iris van Herpen and Julia Koerner. Up till now we’ve seen some great results from nice fashion accessories to functional models. You can check out the design guide on this page. Continue reading “Make it flexible with rubber-like material!”

Push Puppet Skeleton from i.materialise Scares the Fear of Death Away (VIDEO)

Skeletons have always been the funniest thing to me.  Like slipping on a banana peel and breaking your back funny.  They’re meant to scare you for some reason, possibly because they represent your mortality and, thus, the incomprehensibility of life itself, but they’ve been portrayed dancing, wearing sunglasses and smoking cigarettes so often that it’s hard to take them seriously. Continue reading “Push Puppet Skeleton from i.materialise Scares the Fear of Death Away (VIDEO)”