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Beautiful corruption

Beautiful corruption

Tel Aviv designer Noa Raviv recently showcased a collection of breathtaking tulle and silk organza garments, inspired by the patterns that corrupted and distorted drawings make in 3D-printing software. "While working on [the software] I was fascinated by the grid shown on the 2D screen and by the way black repetitive lines defines voluminous objects," Noa told design website Dezeen.​ "I've translated those lines into textiles that creates this sort of optical illusion."​ You'll want to see the full collection.

Photos from novariv.com.
 

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