3 3D Printed Hoodies featuring Keigo Takami HawksDavid H
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Hayao Miyazaki’s masterpiece, Studio Ghibli, we’ve put together a series of 3D printed hoodies inspired by classic works of fiction from the studio’s repertoire.
You can’t put a price tag on your brand, but you can put a face to it. When it comes to creating memorable designs, you don’t always have to rely on Photoshop or expensive design software. Instead, 3D printing gives you the ability to print your ideas into physical forms right in front of your eyes. 3D printing lets you see how your products will look in reality, helping you to avoid costly mistakes and provide an experience that is unparalleled by traditional methods.
We just received three amazing hoodies designed by Keigo Takami, the artist behind the graphic novel, Gantz and the manga series, Gunslinger Girl! Each of these beautiful hoodies features a different image from Takami’s iconic works. They are all made using a new 3D printing technology
1. Keigo Takami Hawks Ugly Christmas My Hero Academia Anime Manga All Over Print 3D Hoodie
Keigo Takami is one of the most famous manga artists of our time and has been featured on TIME magazine’s list of top 100 living geniuses.
2. Keigo Takami Hawks My Hero Academia 1 Anime Manga Full Printed 3D Hoodie
A hoodie is one of those things that, as soon as you get it, you really want to wear. But when it comes to buying something new for yourself, you often find yourself torn between wanting a product that looks good, and thinking “Is this product even worth buying?”
3. Keigo Takami Cosplay My Hero Academia All Over Print 3D Hoodie
We’re going to make you look awesome in this cosplay hoodie from Japan!
This year’s edition of Comic Con featured a plethora of talented artists, including Keigo Takami, the creator of “Hawks.” He’s been working on the comic series since 1998 and created this 3D printed hoodie, which features one of his most famous characters, Keigo Takami, as an illustration. The hoodie is a great conversation piece because it’s a collaboration between the artist, the manufacturer, and the wearer, but it also showcases how much creative freedom you have in the 3D printing world.
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