Introducing 3D Printed Men’s Accessories from Nick Graham, Founder of Joe Boxer

If you are holiday gift-hunting for the stylish guy in your life, look no further than the brand-new collection of 3D printed accessories from Nick Graham, founder of Joe Boxer, with whom we partnered to bring fashion and 3D printing together in a whole new way.

Mad for Dots Bracelet by Nick Graham, 3D Printed by Shapeways

Mad for Dots Bracelet by Nick Graham, 3D Printed by Shapeways 

Nick collaborated with Shapeways community member Kostika Spaho to create a collection of edgy, customizable men’s accessories including cuff links, belt buckles and bracelets – all created on demand in a variety of 3D printed metals such as polished nickel steel, polished gold steel and matte black steel. The pieces range in price from $65 – $275 and are available on nickgraham.com and through his Shapeways shop.

Nick is passionate about technology and was one of the first designers to embrace digital innovation (he wove the Joe Boxer URL into the brand’s underwear in 1992!), so we’re thrilled to work with him to make 3D printing accessible to new, style-savvy audiences.

“3D printing is one of the most transformational technologies that is significantly advancing the design and fashion industries, and the opportunities are endless,” he says. We couldn’t agree more!

Check out Nick’s pieces here, and more gifts for the Guy Who Has Everything.

Because He Can Belt Buckle by Nick Graham, 3D Printed by Shapeways

Because He Can Belt Buckle by Nick Graham, 3D Printed by Shapeways 

Twisted Brit Cufflinks by Nick Graham, 3D Printed by Shapeways

Twisted Brit Cufflinks by Nick Graham, 3D Printed by Shapeways 

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