Noa Raviv Creates Pieces from Printed Polymers

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: Aug 25, 2014 • References: noaraviv & designboom
This fashion collection from Noa Raviv takes its inspiration from classical art, and it certainly shows. The pieces are intricate and extravagant, with certain items turning the model into a butterfly-like individual.

What's also interesting about this collection is how the images were made. Raviv used computer software to digitally manipulate each one, which makes each piece look like viewers are starting at a rendering image on a screen. According to the designer, "these objects cannot be printed, nor produced in reality. They exist only in the virtual space. The tension between the real and the virtual, between 2D and 3D inspired me to create this collection," as stated on DesignBoom.

For a fashion collection, while some of these pieces are not the most wearable for everyday life, they certainly make a statement.

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