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Israeli 3D Printed Fashion As Sustainable Works Of Art

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by: Marike Boonstra
israeli 3d printed fashion as sustainable works of art | Upload

Israeli fashion design have been drawing international attention in recent years. More specifically is the 3D printed fashion that has the wow-factor, not least since Israeli designer Danit Peleg created the world’s first entirely 3D printed fashion collection. Creators in Israel and all over the globe are looking with interest at the limitless possibilities of 3D printed fashion and its multisensorial effects, testing their own imaginative boundaries in a notoriously fickle industry. Also, 3D printing in fashion can be a more sustainable option for designers to safeguard their art while supporting an environmentally conscious ecosystem.

Reshaping fashion through 3D printing

One of these designers is Ganit Goldstein, whose creations have embraced 3D printing to create remarkable and sustainable, works of art. As a graduate of the prestigious Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem, Goldstein has embarked on a path that seeks to reshape fashion through a unique blend of art and technology. The designer recently launched a collection entitled ‘Between the Layers’, which was created as a graduation project. The collection is made using 3D printing and consists of seven outfits and six pairs of shoes that are made with thermoplastic polyurethane and polylactic acid.

The unique pieces in Ganit Goldstein’s fashion collection feature a visual interaction between traditional artistic methods and the dynamic and evolving technologies of artistic expression. Goldstein chose to express this by “fusing additive manufacturing and computer engineering with traditional crafting techniques, such as weaving”, according to her statement. “The technique of 3D layer printing allows me to re-examine which layers can be added and what new connections I can create.”

Beautiful ánd waste-averse

During her time in an university exchange program in Japan, Goldstein began experimenting with up-cycling and reconstruction techniques, shredding a range of second-hand fabrics and industrial textile leftovers and using a traditional Japanese textile technique called IKAT weaving to create captivating designs. Upon her return to Israel, Goldstein started developing a weaving process using an Orginal Prusa i3 Mk3 3D printer and finished off her designs adding hand-woven layers. Alongside her art-meets-technology mix, Goldstein has been devoting attention to the creation of garments, shoes and jewelry pieces that are not only beautiful but also sustainable and waste-averse.

The technique of 3D printing in fashion is a great sustainable tool. “With this technique, we are able to choose exactly which materials to print and how much we need, as well as the precise pattern we want to obtain, without incurring unneeded waste, a notion that is both empowering and impactful,” Goldstein says.

The future of 3D printing: personalized and one-of-a-kind

Looking ahead, Goldstein says she would like to further explore the use of recycled plastics. “Creating designs from recycled plastic is an ever-growing interest of mine and I would like to create a growing number of designs that utilize this material,” she says. Goldstein has recently been touring the world with her collection of 3D printed clothing and shoes. She predicts that 3D printed fashion “will change the way people design and wear clothes. ‘Personalized’, ‘one-of-a-kind’ pieces that are specifically created for one single person are the future of 3D printed fashion.”

Other Israeli 3D printed fashion pioneers to watch

Israel’s forward-looking innovation in the field of 3D printed fashion is inspirational and some creative ideas by a number of Israeli talents have already garnered international attention. Designer Danit Peleg created the world’s first entirely 3D printed fashion collection, which included five full outfits that took over 2,000 hours to print. Noa Raviv, whose work has been displayed in the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, created a 3D print collection by manipulating digital images using computer modelling software. Israeli textile designer Eden Saadon used a 3D printing pen for a lacy lingerie collection. Also, Nitzan Kish attracted media attention. She has been using 3D tech to create uniquely shaped clothing and jewellery with a special purpose in mind – self-defence, specifically in urban environments. 3D printing can and will be the future in fashion, especially according to the innovative fashion designers in Israel.

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Israeli 3D Printed Fashion As Sustainable Works Of Art

Israeli fashion design have been drawing international attention in recent years. More specifically is the 3D printed fashion that has the wow-factor, not least since Israeli designer Danit Peleg created the world’s first entirely 3D printed fashion collection. Creators in Israel and all over the globe are looking with interest at the limitless possibilities of 3D printed fashion and its multisensorial effects, testing their own imaginative boundaries in a notoriously fickle industry. Also, 3D printing in fashion can be a more sustainable option for designers to safeguard their art while supporting an environmentally conscious ecosystem. Reshaping fashion through 3D printing One of these designers is Ganit Goldstein, whose creations have embraced 3D printing to create remarkable and sustainable, works of art. As a graduate of the prestigious Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem, Goldstein has embarked on a path that seeks to reshape fashion through a unique blend of art and technology. The designer recently launched a collection entitled ‘Between the Layers’, which was created as a graduation project. The collection is made using 3D printing and consists of seven outfits and six pairs of shoes that are made with thermoplastic polyurethane and polylactic acid. The unique pieces in Ganit Goldstein’s fashion collection feature a visual interaction between traditional artistic methods and the dynamic and evolving technologies of artistic expression. Goldstein chose to express this by “fusing additive manufacturing and computer engineering with traditional crafting techniques, such as weaving”, according to her statement. “The technique of 3D layer printing allows me to re-examine which layers can be added and what new connections I can create.” Beautiful ánd waste -averse During her time in an university exchange program in Japan, Goldstein began experimenting with up-cycling and reconstruction techniques, shredding a range of second-hand fabrics and industrial textile leftovers and using a traditional Japanese textile technique called IKAT weaving to create captivating designs. Upon her return to Israel, Goldstein started developing a weaving process using an Orginal Prusa i3 Mk3 3D printer and finished off her designs adding hand-woven layers. Alongside her art-meets-technology mix, Goldstein has been devoting attention to the creation of garments, shoes and jewelry pieces that are not only beautiful but also sustainable and waste-averse. The technique of 3D printing in fashion is a great sustainable tool. “With this technique, we are able to choose exactly which materials to print and how much we need, as well as the precise pattern we want to obtain, without incurring unneeded waste, a notion that is both empowering and impactful,” Goldstein says. The future of 3D printing: personalized and one-of-a-kind Looking ahead, Goldstein says she would like to further explore the use of recycled plastics. “Creating designs from recycled plastic is an ever-growing interest of mine and I would like to create a growing number of designs that utilize this material,” she says. Goldstein has recently been touring the world with her collection of 3D printed clothing and shoes. She predicts that 3D printed fashion “will change the way people design and wear clothes. ‘Personalized’, ‘one-of-a-kind’ pieces that are specifically created for one single person are the future of 3D printed fashion.” Other Israeli 3D printed fashion pioneers to watch Israel’s forward-looking innovation in the field of 3D printed fashion is inspirational and some creative ideas by a number of Israeli talents have already garnered international attention. Designer Danit Peleg created the world’s first entirely 3D printed fashion collection, which included five full outfits that took over 2,000 hours to print. Noa Raviv, whose work has been displayed in the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, created a 3D print collection by manipulating digital images using computer modelling software. Israeli textile designer Eden Saadon used a 3D printing pen for a lacy lingerie collection. Also, Nitzan Kish attracted media attention. She has been using 3D tech to create uniquely shaped clothing and jewellery with a special purpose in mind – self-defence, specifically in urban environments. 3D printing can and will be the future in fashion, especially according to the innovative fashion designers in Israel. https://www.whatsorb.com/solution/community/lifestyle
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