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‘Blossom’ is an inflatable, 3D-printed flower that blooms like a balloon

01
Feb
2014

Designer Richard Clarkson recently revealed his project Blossom, a 3D-printed flower made with mixed materials that allow it to be inflated with air — and bloom like a real flower. The project was completed about a year and a half ago, but because of restrictions from its collaboration with Objet—it, Blossom has only just been released for the public to see. The rigid structure of Blossoms flower is made of Fullcure 720, a clear, solid substance, and the flexible petals are made of a rubbery black material called Tango Black.

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