FOC Textiles in permanent collection at MOMA

    FOC general  6.Apr.2008

    While exploring the possibilities of 3D printing already in 2000 Jiri Evenhuis came up with the idea to create textiles. These textile designed by Jiri Evenhuis and Janne Kyttanen in 2003 are selected for the permanent collection of the MOMA, New York.

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    FOC-3d-printed-textiles

    These textiles are printed in one go, of course many different patterns can be created using rapid manufacturing techniques. So far Freedom Of Creation has created the X pattern, Flex pattern, Mobius pattern, 8 pattern and the 3, 4 and 5 in 1 patterns.

     

    X pattern

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    Flex pattern

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    Mobius pattern

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    8 pattern

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    5 in 1 pattern

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    4 in 1 pattern

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    3 in 1 pattern

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    Different samples of these textiles are available in our online store.

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