Eden Saadon, Tel Aviv
3D lace and Textile designer
Born in Haifa, Israel (1990), graduate (2017, B.Des ) of Shenkar College of Engineering Design and Art, Tel-Aviv, Israel (textile design department).
I experimented with various techniques during my studies and chose to produce for my final graduation project a line of feminine hand-made lace undergarment items, using a single tool – a three-dimensional drawing pen.
3D printing involves the use of a 3D printing pen, sponsored by 3Doodler, the manufacturer of the first 3D printing pen (3doodler.com). This technique does not produce any waste, and the Flexy™ material is bio-degradable, and thus environmental-friendly.
In connecting between the known visual of traditional knitted lace and the new visual of 3D drawing of the synthetic material, I presented a new visual language, offering a wide spectrum of creative possibilities.