Julia pulls inspiration for her unique designs from replicating ordinary shapes found in nature; portobello mushrooms, underwater sea creatures, pinecones, and other organic shapes are characteristic of what Julia likes to synthesize into her fashions.
“It was so exciting to work with the costume design team at Marvel Studios to develop these pieces from scratch, and to work with Materialise to find the right materials to make the designs possible in a short time frame,” says Julia.
Read the full article, including more details from Koerner’s experiences working with Materialise and Marvel, at MatterHackers.
For additional background information, you can also read more about Julia Koerner’s show at the RAPID + TCT runway here and fashion for the Met Gala here; more about Raise3D here and MatterHackers filament here; more about 3D printing and Marvel coming together here; and take a look inside Materialise’s Leuven headquarters here. 3DPrint.com will be speaking soon with Materialise for additional perspective on working on Black Panther.
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