3D Printed Cosplay

Most Awesome 3D Printed Cosplay


I found our discussion on cosplay during the final crit to be quite funny.

Here’s an awesome example of how 3D Printing, and lots of blood, sweat, and tears can be used to make a really incredible sculpture. I mean cosplay.



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CNC Routed mold, which was used to cast horns out of polyester casting resin.

Lasercutting Textiles Inspiration

I’m thinking about lasercutting and paper/origami for wearables use, so here are some images along that vein

A friend of mine (Alex Wolfe) did a big project last year with laser-cut origami wearables that I really loved, and there are some really cool ways to lasercut perforations to fold paper along.

More on that project here: golancourses.net/2012spring/05/09/alex-wolfe-mahvish-nagda-waterbomb/

Lots more photos if you click more:


Leaves as Scales as Leaves

Still finishing documentation, need to take some pictures of them on a model.


read more for process


John Brieger: Molding/Casting Inspiration

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I’ve been working a lot recently with fashion and wearables as interactive performance, and right now I’m drawing inspiration from some molded/cast clothing.  Alexander McQueen and Jean-Paul Gaultier have done some great stuff with molding stiff fabrics and leather, as well as a few cast pieces.  (List of designers who have done molded pieces is pretty long, considering almost every leather piece is molded somehow).

I wanted to post up some work by one of my favorite designers, Iris Van Herpen, from her Spring/Summer ’11 collection, which was themed around the crystallization of water.  Most critics consider it her best work.  The collection features a lot of cast transparent resins, designed to look like exploding water frozen in time, as well as 3d printed pieces and a variety of really great uses of leather.


I can put up images of her work all day, but I think this is enough to give you a good general idea.  Also Google exists.

Her Website: www.irisvanherpen.com/

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