3D Print Your Bag & Everything You’ll Need on a Trip

Imagine never having to pack and bring a suitcase along every time you traveled? 3D printing master Janne Kyttanen has reduced everything you could need for a trip down into digital files so you can 3D print your stuff when you get there. That means, sending your luggage through email! How cool would it be if products and items of clothing could be sent through the interwebs just like an email or image would?!

Kyttanen’s project, entitled Lost Luggage, consists of the Platform Bag that contains the LE69 Handbag, 4 in 1 Dress, Mashup Shoes, St Tropez Cuff, Drivers (gloves), Fat Shades (Stickem In), Superkitch necklace (Lionel Dean), Nooka watch (Matthew Waldman, Alan Nguyen), and Love Buster.


The exhibition was held at Galerie VIVID in Rotterdam and made possible by 3D Systems, for which Kyttanen is the Creative Director.





Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.