Impressions from 3D printed .MGX designs at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London

Our creative sister division MGX has recently exhibited some amazing 3D printed works of art at the V&A in London. This attracted thousands of culture-hungry attendees which resulted in a 20-day extension of the original exhibition dates. As with all exhibitions, the show must end some day and for .MGX that day was the 15th of October of 2011. However, that doesn’t mean that we didn’t think about all those of you who couldn’t make it to view the exhibition.

Especially for you, we have decided to share our impressions on this blog. May it inspire you to be our next great designer to showcase at such a lovely venue.

Escapism Tunic by Iris van Herpen ©Victoria and Albert Museum, London

SOLID C1 Chair & SOLID T1 table by Patrick Jouin ©Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Trunk by Peter Marigold ©Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Fractal- T by Platform Studio & Matthias Bär ©Victoria and Albert Museum, London

The One_Shot.MGX by Patrick Jouin ©Victoria and Albert Museum, London

SOLID S1 stool by Patrick Jouin ©Victoria and Albert Museum, London

BLOOM by Patrick Jouin ©Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Melonia Shoe by Naim Josefi ©Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Bust of Lady Belhaven by Samuel Joseph, reimagined with hat by Stephen Jones ©Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Cellular Chair by Mathias Bengtsson ©Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Escapism Dress by Iris van herpen ©Victoria and Albert Museum, London

And for those who want to see even more of these lovely works of art, you can do so on our flickr account.