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NASA’s Open Data Inspires Fashionable Womenswear Line [Pics]

NASA’s Open Data Inspires Fashionable Womenswear Line [Pics]

Slow Factory's collection of clothes and accessories feature prints of space explosions and satellite images.

Leah Gonzalez

Design boutique Slow Factory took advantage of NASA’s publicly-available satellite and telescopes data and created a collection of wearable fashion featuring prints of space explosions and satellite images.

Slow Factory’s Terra Modis and Hubble collections feature handcrafted pieces made of natural fabrics that are covered in prints of NASA’s Terra satellite images and Hubble telescope images. The collections include silk scarves with prints of nebulas and star formations.

The images used for the prints are licensed under Creative Commons CC-By. Each piece in Slow Factory’s collections are handcrafted in Montreal and New York.

Slow Factory

PSFK Writer Leah Gonzalez
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