Winners of the November giveaway announced!

FOC FOR   6.Dec.2011

In our November giveaway we asked you what you would put on a custom 3D printed iPhone case from Freshfiber. The base case is the Freshfiber Puncture Glove case, available in White, Grey and Black.

The three coolest texts have won their own custom iPhone case, Freedom Of Creation designer Brian Garret has pimped the cases with some nice graphics, to make them even more special! READ ON

November giveaway: Custom iPhone Puncture Case

FOC FOR   23.Nov.2011

To celebrate our successful collaboration with Freshfiber we’ve selected the Puncture Glove case for this months giveaway. But not just that… we’re actually giving away 3 Customized iPhone Puncture Glove cases. The three people who come up with the best text for the iPhone case win it.

Read on to find how to win, and send in your text.

Freshfiber Iphone cases launched at 270+ Apple stores

FOC FOR   22.Nov.2011

Freshfiber was founded as a collaboration between Freedom Of Creation and two entrepeneurs, Chris Dijkhof and Jurjen Rolf in 2009. Since then we have collaborated in developing and commercializing countless 3D printed products for the consumer electronics market. At first mainly focusing on smart phones from Apple, Samsung and Blackberry. Due to the success of the cases in several high-end retail stores worldwide, Apple has now decided to launch the products at all Apple retail stores across USA and Canada. This marks a great milestone for us on pushing 3D printed designs into the mainstream retail.

The first covers, which are now available at Apple retail stores, will be gray Doublemesh and Weave, Designed by Janne Kyttanen


3D Printed Fashion Awards 2011, designed by FOC & ATN

FOC FOR   11.Nov.2011

Freedom Of Creation teamed up with Atelier Ted Noten, to create the Dutch Fashion Awards for the second year in a row. Special attention was given to the Mercedes sponsored award, the 3d printed design incorporates the well known Mercedes Star. For the awards Freedom Of Creation made use of their well known 3D textile chains combined with items representing each of the 5 prize categories.