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Watch on-demand to hear from designers Gary Lockwood and Kostika Spaho about their distinct approaches to footwear and design, how 3D technology influences their individual art forms and why 3D printing is a critical part of their process.

What you will learn:

  • See two unique approaches to bespoke design and fashion footwear
  • Hear how 3D printing enables unique individual methods for fabrication
  • Discuss how technology is shaking up traditional industries like fashion and footwear

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Freehand Profit

Arist, Designer, and Illustrator

Gary Lockwood aka Freehand Profit came up in the DMV area as a lifelong artist with a passion for Hip-Hop, graffiti, sneakers and art. In 2005 he graduated from the Corcoran School of Art & Design with a Bachelor's in Fine Arts. In 2006 he made his move to LA to pursue his dreams of art, design & music. Some folks call it persistence, some call it stubbornness; whatever you call it Freehand Profit continued to push forward and in 2010 he began his daily creative project - MASK365. In the search for new materials he began creating gas masks from deconstructed sneakers.


Kostika Spaho

Co-Founder & CTO, Ica & Kostika

Ica & Kostika is an emerging design studio created by Kostika Spaho and Ica Paru. Through their work, the duo accentuates the fusion of footwear design and technology. They employ a hybrid of techniques exploiting the advantages of various industrial processes, including both additive and subtractive fabrication.