Japanese 3D Printed Shoes Make Each Step Feel Like Walking on Clouds
Japanese brand MAGARIMONO has created stunning 3D printed shoes that are inspired by four types of clouds and feature different cushioning structure. What makes these kicks interesting is that they draw cue from the creative strangeness cut from formal resolution.
With the increasing popularity of digital modeling and 3D printing, designers often come up with novel designs. Furthermore, elaborate on the shapes that they give designers endless possibilities to embrace aesthetic and functional capabilities in a particular object.
Keeping in mind the similar combination of practicality and elegance, the Japanese brand has created these exquisite 3D printed shoes. What makes it an interesting launch is that these are influenced by the creatively unique cut that’s visible in its overall creative package. The final product counteracts the seriousness and sterility, which can conveniently fill up the tight digitally-enabled product development loops. It is magical to see the pairing of each model with a distinct catastrophic DIY-foam-gap-filling. The sole of each shoe has a unique 3D printed pattern to offer maximum grip while providing the utmost comfort to your feet.
According to Core77, each pair will be made to order, taking around two to four weeks for production and delivery. The collection was launched online in Tokyo on June 19. All four models will be available in sizes ranging from 22 cm to 28 cm for $1,100 each.
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