- Digital print
- Printed by the Photograph Studio of The Metropolitan Museum of Art
- 20'' x 16''
- Gift wrap not available
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This fashionable digital print celebrates The Costume Institute exhibition Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology at The Met. The print shows a close-up of Iris van Herpen's extraordinary ensemble (3D-printed (SLS) white polyamide, machine-sewn white goat leather, hand-cut acrylic fringe) from the exhibition. The Dutch designer's interdisciplinary approach involves collaborations with architects, scientists, and engineers to produce garments that combine experimental technology with traditional craftsmanship.
Photograph © Nicholas Alan Cope
Only found at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
EDIT FROM OLIVIA KIM: "Iris van Herpen is one of the most experimental designers. Her print of the close-up detail of a 3D-printed piece is at the core of the exhibition. A true work of technology and art."
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