Rapid prototyping is becoming more prevalent in the world of design and the fashion industry, and these 3D printed tapestry glasses by Chloë McCormick and Nicholas O’Donnell-Hoare are one of the most quirky and charming items you'll ever come across.
Like most 3D printed things, these tapestry glasses are customizable. McCormick and O’Donnell-Hoare have designed these glasses so that you can weave your own selection and pattern of colored yarns into them. Each frame, which is laser-sintered using nylon power, is printed with tiny grid holes through which you can weave the yarn.
Providing a one-a-of-kind fashion piece, these fun and offbeat tapestry glasses will be part of the “Send to Print/Print to Send” exhibit at London's Aram Gallery from Jan. 13 to Feb. 25.