3D printed clothing series based on the zero waste principle

 

‘unboxing’, the clothing collection by yarden tzarfati, presents a technological development of a flexible textile that is created by equal T-shape pieces made by 3D printing and inspired by the pattern of packaging. the new textile focuses on the ‘zero waste’ principle by creating recyclable 3D printed joints and maximizing the utilization of natural fabric, which reduces the amount of waste.'unboxing' clothing series is made from a flexible textile with 3D printed jointsall images courtesy of shalev ariel

 

 

‘unboxing’ fashion collection embraces different body shapes

 

‘unboxing’ series by designer yarden tzarfati, enhances one’s natural curves and can fit different sizes. the textile is made using a 3D home printer and involves the intervention of the designer by combining cotton fabric in the printing process. the project is inspired by japanese calligraphy, which ‘packs’ one whole message by minimal use of graphic lines. 

'unboxing' clothing series is made from a flexible textile with 3D printed joints
repeating pattern

'unboxing' clothing series is made from a flexible textile with 3D printed joints
the textile adheres to the principle of ‘zero waste’

'unboxing' clothing series is made from a flexible textile with 3D printed joints
embraces one’s natural curves

'unboxing' clothing series is made from a flexible textile connected with 3D printed joints
recyclable 3D printed joints

'unboxing' clothing series is made from a flexible textile connected with 3D printed joints
due to its flexibility, fits different body shapes

'unboxing' clothing series is made from a flexible textile connected with 3D printed joints
inspired by the pattern of packaging

'unboxing' clothing series is made from a flexible textile with 3D printed joints
the collection is based on a two-dimensional packaging layout

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‘unboxing’ clothing series is made from a flexible textile connected with 3D printed joints
 
‘unboxing’ clothing series is made from a flexible textile connected with 3D printed joints
 
‘unboxing’ clothing series is made from a flexible textile connected with 3D printed joints
 
‘unboxing’ clothing series is made from a flexible textile connected with 3D printed joints
 

project info:

 

name: unboxing
designer: yarden tzarfati graduated from jewelry and fashion department at bezalel academy of arts and design, jerusalem

mentors: shelly satat kombor and yaron ronen

photography: shalev ariel

 

 

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edited by: christina petridou | designboom