Protos Eyewear Features Six Fabulous Frames That Come Hot Off the Press

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: May 8, 2013 • References: coroflot & core77
With Protos Eyewear, CEO Marc Levinson offers consumers a range of fashionable accessories that are manufactured using a technique that has, up until recently, been largely intended for prototyping. The designer presents a collection of six pairs of sunglasses that take forms that are difficult to create using conventional means.

Many would agree that the most iconic set of sunnies is the low-res Hal Pixel style that exudes a bit of technological nostalgia. Their ragged, pixelated contours might remind you of the images you used to see on an old 8-bit computer screen.

No matter which pair you that you prefer aesthetically of Protos Eyewear, you're guaranteed to have high-quality and durable specs that are undoubtedly chic with any ensemble. Stats for 3D-Printed Sunglasses Trending: Older & Average
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