Designer Noa Raviv may not be a household name just yet, but it is bound to be in the very near future if he continues to create such stunning designs. A fashion designer hailing from Israel, he creates looks that are meant to distort the human body. Yet this distortion is done in a visually striking way.
Using 3D printing technology, designer Noa Raviv was specifically "inspired by the grid and wireframe graphics found in digital modelling software," writes Creative Bloq. Appropriately dubbing this collection Hard Copy, the pieces are full of bold lines that are accented by subtle touches of bright hues and atypical silhouettes. Essentially, designer Noa Raviv creates wearable optical illusions that rethinks everyday fashion and even haute couture.
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