Ted Noten designs for Mint Museum

FOC FOR   20.Jan.2011

Freedom Of Creation and Ted Noten come together again. Ted designs Eleven Women and 400 Daisies for the Mint Museum in Charlotte, USA.

Ted comments: “The ideas behind this piece came about during the meetings I had with the Auxiliary women in Charlotte during my stay there in the early spring 2010. I was very impressed with the professionalism, the seriousness and passion with which the Auxiliary and their board members concern themselves regarding / facing the world. Strong women who take their responsibility, very self-aware and intelligent but at the same time sensitive and a little teasing! Together with written above, it struck me the way they invest and passionately put their effords in improving the status and financial position of the Mint Museum in Charlotte. So to say, the Auxillery women inspired me to design this object.” READ ON

Freedom Of Creation enters customization with Kickstarter

FOC FOR   15.Jan.2011

In collaboration with electronics accessories brand Fresh Fiber design agency Freedom Of Creation has launched an initiative to bring a new breed of iPad cases to the market, unlike anything injection molding has ever seen.

Not only are all products in this range of iPad cases produced with 3D printing, they can be customized in 3D by their owner with for example text, logo’s, name’s or icons, each and every product will be a one-off piece.

We’re using the social funding platform Kickstarter to make this a reality, with your help, we hope to raise $20.000 to start the production of customized 3D printed design.

Freedom Of Creation meets Amsterdam Merchandising

FOC FOR   6.Jan.2011

The custom 3D printed card stand is the first exploration for Amsterdam Merchandising using this new production technology. 3D printing enables the creation of designs, such as customized items, which were impossible to be produce until today.

Amsterdam Merchandising, who have the exclusive license for selling and distributing the well known I Amsterdam merchandise based on the the IAmsterdam concept is collaborating with Freedom Of Creation to create their first products produced through 3D printing.

The customizable card stand, designed by Janne Kyttanen, is the first in this new series of an entire line of new products.


Kasheeda, the first 3D printed typeface in the world

FOC FOR   16.Dec.2010

Freedom Of Creation has just launched the production and distribution of the world’s first 3D printed typeface and made one further step towards its dream of totally customized industrial production available to a global public. Kashida-arabic and Kashida-latin are the two versions of the three-dimensional font, developed by Yara Khoury and Melle Hammer in collaboration with Freedom Of Creation and upon invitation by the Khatt foundation for Arabic typography and design research.

With the innovative Kashida-arabic and Kashida-latin 3D fonts, the customer can type his personal text, word or acronym on the computer and order his sculptural text directly from the 3D printers of Freedom Of Creation. This means 100% customization: the very first opportunity to have a standardized basis product personalized to every single one’s needs, fabricated just in time in an industrial way and distributed all over the world. The rapid manufacturing dream is becoming reality and Freedom Of Creation once more is the pioneer.

Make yours now: Kasheeda Customization App