RZR MKR pop-up store, by various


Gillette has teamed up with MakersCafe, the UK’s first 3D-printing café, and 3D Hubs to give the public a chance to design and create their own razor handles.

The event, which is at Boxpark in Shoreditch, is challenging visitors to redesign, reinvent and reprint a razor handle, while encouraging them to come up with new shapes, forms and uses.

A variety of technologies will be available for use; from Playdoh and Sugru, which can be 3D scanned, sketching on paper, to drawing a vision directly on an iPad.

The most innovative, and best looking, handle design will be displayed in the RZR MKR pop-up store in Boxpark.

The event is taking place from 9 – 14 August.