Category Archives: 3D Printed Art

UAU exhibition showcases the pretty and practical of 3D printed objects

Working within the concept of practical, aesthetic design, multi-disciplinary Polish design studio UAU has created a selection of everyday items that bring 3D printing to life. Displayed in an exhibition titled LAYERS, the project has been organised as part of the Culture.pl initiative to promote Polish design abroad. Cutting edge design on a desktop 3D printer While UAU […]

UAU exhibition showcases the pretty and practical of 3D printed objects

Working within the concept of practical, aesthetic design, multi-disciplinary Polish design studio UAU has created a selection of everyday items that bring 3D printing to life. Displayed in an exhibition titled LAYERS, the project has been organised as part of the Culture.pl initiative to promote Polish design abroad. Cutting edge design on a desktop 3D printer While UAU […]

Why 3D print copies of art and sculpture? Interview with Scan the World

Scan the World is a project founded by Jonathan Beck in 2014. In his own words, Jonathan explains it as ”a community built initiative archiving objects …

An Interview with Iconic Artist Bruce Beasley on 3D Printing Sculptures

By Andrew Wheeler

“Nature arrives at this perfect point between change and stillness, between form that is evolving and form that is complete; nature does this most easily and with rare mistakes. Nature remains the ideal guide and the great resource; without it, there is no warmth, no heart and I insist that my work have both.” — Bruce Beasley
Bruce Beasley is not only one of America’s most prominent sculptors, he is among the first to incorporate 3D printing methods into his work through his Coriolis Series.…

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What Color is 3D Printed Catwoman’s Rubber Ducky?

By Andrew Wheeler

Why yellow, of course.

What if superheroes from comic books were followed around by manic paparazzi hellbent on catching them in compromising situations that would superimpose boring images of their off-time with our popular conception of them as non-stop action heroes?  “Secret Life of Heroes”, is a post-pop collection from French artist Grég “Leon” Guillemin, who offers a comprehensive look at this imposition of our celebrity culture into the “private worlds” of many different comic book icons.  After his work was already well-received by the public, he is looking for $30,000 in funding on Kickstarter in a project titled “For Your Eyes Only: the book from the Secret Life Of Heroes”.…

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Mathematische Kunst ausgedrückt in Voxel

Shapeways bietet mit ShapeJS eine Möglichkeit des persönlichen Ausdrucks in mathematischer Kunst. Jeder kann online designen und sogar drucken lassen. Mathematische Formen erfreuen sich großer Beliebtheit als 3D-Druck Modell. Einerseits kann man sich in einer komplexen, meist hübsch anzuschauenden Form “ausleben”. Andererseits kann man seinen 3D-Drucker an seine Grenzen führen und ausprobieren, was alles möglich […]

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