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Modla Brings New Dimension to Snapback Artwork with 3D Printed Range

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London-based 3D Printing studio, Modla, released an exclusive range of three snapbacks, each with its own 3D printed graphic. As part of its launch, Modla is offering the public the opportunity to submit their own designs, with the best entries chosen to be recreated in 3D and released as part of the range. Modla caps07Known for their artist collaborations and commissions for brands like Nike and Converse, Modla continues to push the creative boundaries of 3D printing with its new snapback range; lifting graphics and illustrations off of the fabric and into 3D. The range has been created as part of Modla’s ongoing exploration into the creative possibilities of 3D printing, combining digital design with art and fashion. There are three intricate designs, each intended to be a mini piece of art in itself; designed in digital 3D software, before being 3D printed, dyed and assembled by hand. The snapbacks are made to order – literally 3D printed and assembled one at a time. Modla caps09Modla is also opening up the opportunity for designers, artists or any member of the general public, to enter their own designs to be recreated in 3D. You don’t need to be a designer to enter – all they need is a simple sketch or image, from which to work. The designs will be sold through the Modla website and a percentage of profits shared with the entrant. More info with terms & conditions can be found at www.modla.co.uk Modla Founder, Jon Fidler, says “We’ve always seen 3D printing as a tool to create art. We’ve worked with fashion designers in the past, to develop highly intricate prototypes, but this makes the 3D print an actual part of the final piece of clothing. It’s unlike anything we’ve ever seen, so we’re excited to see how it goes down. If people like it, there’s plenty more from where this came from!”

The snapbacks are available to buy online at www.modla.co.uk About Modla Modla is a collective of independent 3D artists and designers; combining artistic design with technological innovation, to push the creative boundaries of digital 3D design. Using digital 3D fabrication and 3D printing, Modla has collaborated with leading artists like Dan Hillier, Damilola Odusote and James McNabb, while producing commissions for brands like Nike, Converse, Gucci, Paul Smith, Studio Canal, the London Science Museum and many others.

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