South American designer and engineer Michaella Janse van Vuuren takes inspiration from the new printer Objet500 Connex3 and 'The Garden of Eden.' The printer has three nozzles, which allowed the artist to print in three materials or three colors at the same time.
Her new Eden-inspired line called 'Garden of Eden' has a vast array of colors and textures. The intricately designed pieces include eye-catching corsets and stunning shoes. The stained glass corset takes inspiration from the fruits and flowers in the garden, while the fish and lily bracelets uncover what the waters in the Garden of Eden would have looked like.
It's amazing to see technology and fashion come together in one gorgeous artistic project. The Objet500 Connex3 is sure to work wonders in multiple industries, including the cosplay world that focuses intensely on complicated costumes.
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