For the girls for whom the charm and obsession of stilettos can never hamper, we are presenting here new and different designer shoes which are inspired by the skeletons of sea monsters, pretending to be shoes. They are fashionable and comfortable while giving a look of the fish stood out to be extremely bony. Thus the whole imagination is of a young designer Jounins Alleyne (Janina Alleyne).
The designer combine’s in-cognizant monsters skeletons of real inhabitants of the deep sea, rare insects, and even architectural form into an amazing collection of shoes Exoskeleton. Here, she has used plastic and no animals were harmed.
By using a 3D-printer, she created the most stylish shoes which are Aesthetic and easy shoes, though not like a good-natured goldfish and thus brought the young Jenin (the girl still learning at the British University De Montfort) prestigious Mulberry Accessory Award.
The increasing popularity of 3d printer technology has rapidly and effortlessly give the amount of complex designs and the resulting “mix” (a collection of shoes from Exoskeleton resemble the inhabitants of the Mariana Trench).
The strange yet mesmerizing white imagination of Jounins Alleyne (Janina Alleyne) attracted the experts from Mulberry (the most famous brand, among other things) and opened a prospect of a future “churning” and “print” shoes with little or no human intervention proposed by Miss Alleyne. the whole idea is fantastic and you cannot argue over this. Have a look at the pictures and you will surely add them into your collection.