Three collections of 3D knitted fabrics full of rich texture and dimension.
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Five examples of how the isometric perspective remains a refreshingly entertaining tool for designers, animators, and artists.
A simple sketch was the inspiration behind this three-dimensional looking pen holder.
This wearable piece of sculpture makes you more aware of how your data exposes you, literally and figuratively.
A sculptural, 3D printed ring inspired by the Brazilian caxixi instrument.
Dear Human creative studio uses discarded paper to create customizable, 3D wallpaper.
Be careful. The paintings of Patrick Hughes are so unbelievable that they could literally hit you in the face.
George & Jonathan III invites listeners to view + interact with a 10-track electronic album in real time.
Believe it or not, these 3D lamps are actually flat.
A customizable wall organizer with 3D printed components you can print yourself or have printed for you.
Lose the jangling set of keys in your pocket when you go for a run with this 3D printed ring that keeps your key securely on your finger.
A flexible, 3D printed lampshade made out of hundreds of small, interlocking elements that join together.
First there were interactive LED bulbs to enhance your life and now there are 3D printed light fixtures to pair with them.
Have access to a MakerBot 3D printer? Then print your very own customizable dress!
A geometric, three-dimensional wool blanket that was inspired by origami patterns.
Two-dimensional paper "blocks" let you create three-dimensional objects that will trick your eyes.