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KOHLER, an American manufacturing company, best known for its plumbing products, has collaborated with Daniel Arsham, a contemporary, New York-based artist, to create Rock01 – a 3D printed sink created using paste-based pneumatic material extrusion. Extrusion-based additive manufacturing (EAM), often used for the rapid production of metals and ceramics, works by extruding the metal or ceramic material in solid powder form and mixing the powder with an expendable viscous fluid. In this case, pneumatic extrusion nozzles were used.
Antwerp Fashion’s Noga Karpel is an Israeli fashion designer who focuses her work on femininity, the female body, feminist art, and her own journey in life as a female artist. Inspired by the work of Louise Bourgeouis, a late French-American artist who explored the concept of feminist art, Noga’s latest collection revolves around needlework, a craft that connects women over history as it is passed down from one woman to another over generations.
Stratasys in collaboration with the design team at Paisley Park in Chanhassen has created a custom set of 3D printed display pieces to showcase Prince’s expansive shoe collection in a new Paisley Park exhibit, ‘The Beautiful Collection: Prince’s Custom Shoes. Paisley Park designers and museum curators worked with Stratasys to bring their designs to life by pushing the limits of what’s possible with 3D printing. The ‘Beautiful Collection’ highlights approximately 300 pairs of shoes worn by Prince throughout his career. The Paisley Park team has thoughtfully displayed the shoes in a way that highlights Prince’s impact on fashion, performance, and popular culture.