These pixelated sunglasses by Belarussian designer Dzmitry Samal, called 5dpi (dots-per-inch). Cool
"These futuristic glasses have been designed with a pixelated effect, deliberately reflecting society's fascination with an "informational aesthetic". The design clearly refers for late 1980s computerized graphics and video games such as Tetris. While computer images and graphics have been revolutionized over the past two decades, these glasses are reminiscent of society's digital roots and how technology has inspired almost everything in use today. Even something as utilitarian as glasses can be transformed using technology. "
Small 2.5″ x 2.75″ folded, fits U.S. Dollars and no credit cards.
Large 2.5″ x 3.5″ folded, fits all international currencies plus a credit card or two.
The Fold from Leffot
Designed by continuum fashion.
"The N12 bikini is the world’s first ready-to-wear, completely 3D-printed article of clothing. All of the pieces, closures included, are made directly by 3D printing and snap together without any sewing. N12 represents the beginning of what is possible for the near future.
N12 is named for the material it’s made out of: Nylon 12. This solid nylon is created by the SLS 3D printing process. Shapeways calls this material “white, strong, and flexible”, because its strength allows it to bend without breaking when printed very thin. With a minimum wall thickness of .7 mm, it is possible to make working springs and almost thread-like connections. For a bikini, the nylon is beautifully functional because it is waterproof and remarkably comfortable when wet."