Janne Kyttanen Has Created a 3D-Printed Bag You Can Print Upon Arrival

By: Emilie Picillo - Published: Apr 30, 2014 • References: jannekyttanen and design-milk
Janne Kyttanen's 3D-printed bag allows you to imagine a world where you can never bring a suitcase along with your travels ever again. 3D-printing master Janne Kyttanen has reduced everything you could need for a trip down into digital files so you can 3D print your stuff when you get there.

This means you can send your luggage through email! Her project called 'Lost Luggage' consists of the Platform Bag that contains the LE69 Handbag, 4 in 1, Mashup Shoes, St Tropez Cuff, gloves, Fat Shades, Superkitch necklace, Nooka watch, and Love Buster.

Her exhibition was held at Galerie VIVID in Rotterdam and has been made possible by 3D Systems, for which Kyattanen is the Creative Director.