One of the challenges for young soldiers who have to wear uniforms is the limitation of self-expression. This project presents interventions focusing on the hidden parts of the uniform, thus enabling a platform for self-expression.
The shirt must fit into the pants. There will always be a part of the shirt that will be hidden, where a personal print can be produced.
The disc cover displays the first letter in the soldier's name, as a tribute to the army's representative letter.
The inside of the belt offers a timeline print as a tribute to the obsessive time counting of military service.
A beret on the head is a must, but the feeling can be different - what appears on the inside?
Uniform pin, made in 3D printing, presents personal adaptations to the standard pins.