Noa Raviv grid pattern and 3D printing design

 

Noa Raviv, inspired by distorted digital drawing and designed a 3D printed garments.

The designer was fascinated by the way that black repetitive lines define a voluminous objects in digital computer drawings.

He designed grid like pattern which are wrapped around the garments to create optical illusion of voluminous for the viewer.

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 (Photo courtesy of Dezeen and Photographed by Ron Kedmi )

Nogol Zahabi

Nogol Zahabi was born into an architectural family. She graduated from Architectural Association School of Architecture in London with AA Diploma and RIBA part 2. With her passion for fashion and her architecture background, she founded Fashionecture which is a combination of Fashion and Architecture. She is with Trend Prive Magazine since end of 2013.