What are pixels? Simply put, pixels are the building blocks of our digital images. In our technology driven world pixels are everywhere, and the more pixels, the better the image quality. One could say that pixels are finally getting the credit they deserve since they are showing up on the runway shows and eyewear fashion.
Dzmitry Samal is founder of Samal Design, an eyewear company based out of Paris, France. When your company hails from one of the reigning fashion capitals of the world, if there is some new and hot eyewear trend you are certain to be the one of the first on board. Such is the case with these red and black aviator pixelated frames from 2010 by Samal Design
Protos Design really gives us the break down on being Pixelated with these 2013 slate grey shades. Oversized gray lenses are given the 3D treatment with these superlative sunnies.
Just because these Italia Independent (2014) frames aren’t 3D doesn’t mean that they’ve gone flat line in the style department. The rainbow colored pixel print and blue-green mirrored lenses are the components of a show stopping pair of shades.
Deal With It Eyewear (2014) goes back to the basics of pixelation with these quirky transparent glasses. No need to separate the frames from the lens in this design, but do notice the “glare” effect offered in the placement of the opaque pixels.
Just how pixels come together to create a larger image, Stickem In via Cloudfactory gives you the option of creating your own wearable image design. These fun filled frames demonstrate all the merriment that can be had when retro toy company Ministeck meets 3D printing technology. The best part about these innovative sunglasses is that even when using only two tones of blocks the possibilities are endless.