Wonderluk is a London-based company that creates “made-to-order” jewellery utilising one of the most interesting technologies today, 3D printing. With a very interesting selection of products and a strong manifesto (Don’t blend in. Ever.) we wanted to know more. We talked to Wonderluk’s co-funder, Roberta Lucca.
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With the idea of creating a woman that is regenerating from human to half monster and half machine, Spanish designer Eugenia Alejos works with materials that are both hard and tough as metal, leather, yet silk and neoprene. The volumen is everywhere to be seen: with high resolution prints, holographic plastics and 3D printed pieces to represent […]
Wearable Tech was once considered something of science fiction. Not anymore. Today is a palpable and thriving reality. Fashion and technology are more and more connected and interested in providing innovative solutions to consumers. The recent hires of Apple confirm this trend: over the past few months the company has added to its team executives […]
3D Printing is revolutionizing the world, music, art, design, science; not even something as organic as the human body is isolated from the tridimensional possibilities. One of the designers that is embracing 3D Printing more successfully is of course Iris Van Herpen. She sees technology as a great innovation possibility for the runway world, taking advantage of […]
For quite sometime I’ve been wanting to write a post about shoes produced by 3D-printers. I know, it still sounds a bit odd, but since a few years, it’s been one of the most interesting proposals in shoe design (and something that makes you dream about ideate your own shoe and wear it the same […]