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From Footprints to 3D Prints

Designer prototypes beach-inspired shoes.

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Julian Hakes studied weight distribution using footprints in the sand, crafting the Mojito Shoe based on what he learned. The former architect now uses an Ultimaker2 3D printer to print prototypes of the design from his London and Hong Kong offices.

Check out other great print projects from our September issue:

Wallcoverings that Wow

Swimkidz Wraps Brighten Welsh Streets

Wrapped Down to the Bones

Swimming in Graphics

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