March 20, 2017
Art that was created and printed using Print-Rite 3D printers was displayed at the art show on 9 March, and was said to be an “artful integration of 3D printing, art, science and technology, fashion and other elements”. The art chosen “demonstrated the theme of art, science and technology and fashion” and the show is on until 31 March.
Print-Rite showed four groups of 3D-printed art created by ZeroHundred, Ma Zicong and Cyrus Mok, who all used Print-Rite CoLiDo 3D printers. ZeroHundred presented a 3D 1:1 electrical bicycle, as well as a set that represented the hot and cold planet, which made the audience “feel as if they were in outer space”. Designer Cyrus Mok created running horses, and was inspired by the art of origami and the Hong Kong racing scene. There was also a wedding show, and a model wore “unique headware” printed by Print-Rite.
One attendee said “we have long considered 3D printing a technology. But we never expected that technology and fashion can be so perfectly wedded”. and a fashion designer commented that “advances in 3D printing technology have gone beyond the limits of design and can accomplish what normal materials cannot.
“Free from the confinement of traditional manufacturing technology, this art [is]perfectly matching technology with fashion. If current trends in 3D printing continue, we bet it will really make a great difference in the fashion world in the future. We are looking forward to that day!”
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