Smart textiles by Philippa Brock for a Exhibition in Montreal, Canada. Inspired by paper folding techniques these woven fabrics use yarns in the weft with phosphorescent (glow in the dark) and fluorescent qualities.
Nervous System design studio - dress, printed on a MakerBot printer - The dress (seen in close-up) features intricate designs taken from the veins of leaves and crystal formations. Maybe something for Printer Chat?
A collection of fabrics that fold, fracture and turn three-dimensional, derived from the flat printed pattern. The textiles are made in a unique process, in which the printed image defines the fabric’s dropping and folding. The light, elastic textiles a
Tine de Ruysser - Wearable Metal Origami - "Has the appearance of a rigid multi-faceted metal object because most of the surface consists of metal platelets, yet is extremely flexible as it contains textile hinges.