22nd July 2013, International Herald Tribune: Collagene featured on Alice Rawsthorn article, “Catching up to 3d printing”.
[…] eerily surreals tangles of “twigs”, which are so intricate that they have the futuristic air of things that could only have been made by advanced technology, and look significantly different to the products of traditional mass-manifacturing. The same structurally complex, otherwordly aesthetic will become increasingly familiar as designers take advantage of developments in digital production to realize hitherto unattainable shapes in complex geometries. […] -Alice Rawsthorn.
Have a look at the full article.