Posts Tagged ‘3d’

Replicants

Written by Valentina on . Posted in art, sculpture, technology

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Replicants, by Lorna Barnshaw

Replicants is a triptych of 3D Prints. Each print was created using a different app / software. I interferred with the software as little as posisble, comparing the digital attempts at replicating reality. The result is then 3D printed, bringing the digital simulacrums into the physical world.

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sekuMoi Mecy

Written by Valentina on . Posted in art

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Ongoing exploration of derivatives of a 3D scan of Mickey Mouse, titled sekuMoi Mecy (a simple computer generated anagram). Each derivative demonstrates the progression of scanning and remixing processes. The choice of character also raises issues of potential clashes with big copyright holders that could potentially choose to lobby for legislation against 3D scanning.”

[via the new aesthetic]

3D-printed Teeth-Cup

Written by Valentina on . Posted in art, ceramic, design

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Beautiful and disturbing cup by Lily X. Su:

“Why is it that we find the cup so unappetizing? Could it have originated from survival tactics where we relate our proximity to another’s teeth as a threat of life, a reminder of predator and prey, poison and contamination?
Is this object then successful in its design to prevent gluttonous behavior should food and drink only be offered in the cup?”

[via nerdcore]