Design firm adds style and personalization to a normally bland object.

San Francisco-based company Bespoke Innovations brings style to plain looking prosthetic legs by making beautiful, custom limbs based on the interests of the amputees wearing them. Combining creative industrial design practices with rapid prototyping and fabrication, Bespoke creates extremely lightweight artificial legs with custom patterns or metal plating that gives individuality to a mechanical component acting as a part of the human body.

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