We all know Francis Bitonti is changing the face of 3D printing by pushing the boundaries of what it can do (bear in mind Dita’s Gown and his belts?) and his latest creation is a 3D printed dress you can print at home! The Bristle Dress is made entirely on a MakerBot Replicator 2, a desktop 3D printer for the property and the files for the skirt are offered and totally customizable on Thingiverse. That indicates, any person with access to a MakerBot, can make the skirt themselves!
The amazing dress was made in the most current New Skins Workshop – Winter 2014: Brumal Bodies. The workshops are led by Bitonti, in partnership with MakerBot and Lagoa, and teach 3D printing and computational style. Check out the upcoming workshops the studio has going on this summer here.