Following the worldwide success of Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther,” Ruth E. Carter and Julia Koerner teamed up as soon as extra for 3D printed costumes for Marvel Studio’s “Black Panther: Wakanda Perpetually,” which hits theaters on November 11, 2022.
Julia Koerner is a 3D printing pioneer and design visionary who works on the intersection of structure, style, and product design. She has labored on iconic 3D printed designs with style and costume designers and international manufacturers akin to Swarovski, Iris Van Herpen, Chanel’s Maison Lesage, and others. Most lately, 3D-Printed costumes for Marvel’s Black Panther and Wakanda Perpetually have been created in collaboration with Ruth E. Carter.
Ruth Carter collaborated with Koerner on a 3D-Printed crown and shoulder mantle for Queen Ramonda, performed by Angela Bassett, in Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther.” Carter was nominated for an Academy Award for Costume Design for her work bringing Afrofuturism to the large display.
Carter and Koerner created a brand new 3D-printed crown and neckpiece for Queen Ramonda in “Black Panther: Wakanda Perpetually.” The crown from their first collaboration can also be featured within the movie. The designs have been created with superior digital design applied sciences and have a extremely advanced and complicated design that may solely be created with 3D printing and was manufactured with selective laser sintering.
Julia Koerner lectured on the Computational Design: NEXT 7.0 convention about her mission’s design course of and manufacturing.