Joshua Harker Designed This Intriguing 3-D Printed Fashion Piece

By: Lacey-Jane Walsh - Published: Dec 6, 2013 • References: joshharker & contemporist
Artist Joshua Harker has created an extraordinary 3-D printed fashion piece for a runway show in New York City. This elaborate headdress is is titled ‘Quixotic Divinity Headdress’, and was created for the 3-D Printshow, which will take place in February in New York. This piece completely covers up the face of the model wearing it. It makes her appear as if she were a divine figure, or someone of great importance (hence the name of this design).

The shape of this design looks like it might have been inspired (at least loosely) by an elephant. This piece features what look like spikes, curled tusks, and a trunk. It also features hanging strings of pearls, which add extra flair to this piece (after all, it was made for the runway). Stats for Elaborate 3-D Printed Fashion Trending: Older & Chilly
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