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Designer Nasim Sehat's far-out 3D-printed glasses look like they'd fit right into a comic book or abstract painting. You can even wear a different style on each eye.
Designer Nasim Sehat's wacky-looking 3D-printed Biz Eyes
detach from a basic plastic frame and can be swapped out simply by
turning the attachment 25 degrees and screwing on another one.
Biz Eyes come in a number of styles. The Fer-gol specs are a bit like wearing butterflies on your face.
Shanghai-based designer Nasim Sehat calls her Biz Eyes a "daring and cosmopolitan means of expressing your own individuality." You can even wear a different style on each eye.
There are statement glasses and then there are Nasim Sehat's 3D-printed Biz Eyes. They're definitely not for those who want to go unnoticed.
Biz Eyes are available for preorder, ranging in price from $95 (about £62, AU$129) to $120 (£78, AU$163). They ship internationally.
The basic Biz Eyes frames are made from plastic. To change the look, just turn the 3D-printed attachment 25 degrees and screw on another one.
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