The Atoma collection of 3-D printed flavour molecules suggests a future in which we could make a salad that would satisfy us the way a burger does.
The slow but steady adoption of 3-D printing into mainstream garment making.
The Dutch designer is committed to the traditional methods of creating clothing while also integrating innovative techniques to create 3-D–printed haute couture.
Geoffrey Farmer mines popular culture to create mixed-media masterpieces, garnering plenty of art crushes.
Meet the world’s first 3-D consumable product created from a smartphone.