Designer Sebastian Errazuriz creates a new collection of 3D printed shoes

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Brazilian plastic footwear brand, Melissa Shoes, unveiled the latest installment of their collaboration with contemporary artist and designer, Sebastian Errazuriz. 

The two have reunited to create Melissa Ultragirl x Sebastian, a limited edition collection set to launch this February, just in time for Valentine’s Day. This special collection reimagines the brand’s iconic Ultragirl design with Errazuriz’s artfully melted hearts to offer swoon-worthy, wearable sculptures for scorned and star-crossed lovers alike.

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A nod to Errazuriz’s shoe sculpture entitled “Hot Bitch,” the latest collection continues to draw inspiration from the artist’s Twelve Shoes for Twelve Lovers installation originally showcased at Melissa’s own pop-up shop during Miami Art Basel .

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Punctuated by two liquefied hearts, each pair captivates wearers and onlookers alike with the same fashion-forward, artfully inclined design and innovative 3D printing technology as the initial collection. For the Miami Art Basel, Errazuriz developed a collection of twelve shoe-like sculptures inspired by his own twelve ex-girlfriends. He developed each one on a 3D printer, using plastic strands as paint. Mixing past love stories with humor,

Punctuated by two liquefied hearts, each pair captivates wearers and onlookers alike with the same fashion-forward, artfully inclined design and innovative 3D printing technology as the initial collection. For the 2013 Miami Art Basel, Errazuriz developed a collection of twelve shoe-like sculptures inspired by his own twelve ex-girlfriends. He developed each one on a 3D printer, using plastic strands as paint.

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