Laser Cut Fashion
The intricate designs enabled by laser cut textiles are no longer an exclusive novelty for the haute couture runway scene. The bold fashion statements enabled by laser cutting are now within the grasp of the everyday consumer, with leather, silk and other textiles ideally suited to the digital manufacturing process.
Delicate patterns reminiscent of fine lace and needlework lend themselves well to laser cutting, but as we can see in the image above, bold shapes and iconic imagery can be just as effective.
With some clever design thinking, laser cutting has also enabled more exotic materials to become wearable garments. The wooden t-shirt below by Pauline Marcombe uses laser cut panels attached together with wire, transforming what was once a rigid material into a malleable interlocking form of modern body armour.
Why would you turn to laser cutting for brand promotion? For one, the eye-catching impact of these fashion items invites attention and a healthy curiosity… but also, thanks to the laser cutting process, there is much scope for design freedom and customization at a price that is accessible to the consumer.
How can your brand stand out amongst all the other fashonistas using the Ponoko Personal Factory? Let us know in the comments below. For more ideas for Agencies and Brands, see the other posts in the series.
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Laser cut chicks, cows, hats, cats, and koozies!
Above is a multi-dimensional poster of two birds on a swing hanging from a heart tree. It is laser cut acrylic and it comes from Red Berry Guest Book. Ponoko‘s Premium Veneer MDF – Cheery would make a beautiful background.
After the jump, cows, hats, cats, and koozies!
Laser cut looms, feathers, flies, a log, a lamp, and Ryan Gosling…
Above is a laser cut Kumihimo disk. Kumihimo is a form of Japanese cord braiding. These disks are laser cut from acrylic and from 52 Lasers (take of look for more information – including a link to a Kumihimo disk generator).
After the jump, feathers, flies, a log, a lamp, and Ryan Gosling…