Artist 3D-prints shells for Hermit Crabs

Artist 3D-prints shells for Hermit Crabs

July 31st, 2013 | 3D, Contemporary Art, Japan, Prints

How cute is that? Japanese artist Aki Inomata is helping out homeless hermit crabs. With a 3D printer and a CAT-scan (no, not that one!) of real snail shells, she produced “Why Not Hand Over a ‘Shelter’ to Hermit Crabs? “, a series of incredible… Read More

Rubix or TARDIS, the Architectural Thesis

Rubix or TARDIS, the Architectural Thesis

Ever wondered what it really looks like inside the Tardis, the Time and Relative Dimension in Space) from the British science fiction series Doctor Who? Well, architecture graduate Chris Kelly did and he came up with some pretty awesome ideas for future architecture. The conceptual… Read More

3-D printed transfer paintings by Ioan Florea

3-D printed transfer paintings by Ioan Florea

July 14th, 2013 | 3D, Contemporary Art, Paintings, Shows

Ioan Florea is a US artist originating from Transylvania in Romania. During his childhood he became fascinated with different materials, which were scarce to say at least – the communist regime of his homeland ruled with an iron fist and controlled all aspects of life,… Read More

New 3D scanning and 3D printing project makes ancient sculptures available to public

New 3D scanning and 3D printing project makes ancient sculptures available to public

June 14th, 2013 | 3D, Prints, Sculptures

Southern California-based 3D printing pioneer Cosmo Wenman announced plans to 3D-scan plaster casts of ancient Greek and Roman sculptures at The Skulpturhalle Basel museum in Basel, Switzerland. Wenman’s project, “Through a Scanner, Skulpturhalle,” will release the 3D scans and 3D printable models into the public… Read More

Mataerial – The 3D Drawing Robot

Mataerial – The 3D Drawing Robot

May 29th, 2013 | 3D, Design, Sculptures, Technology, Tools

MATAERIAL allows to create 3D objects on any given working surface independently of its inclination and smoothness, and without a need of additional support structures. Conventional methods of additive manufacturing have been affected both by gravity and printing environment: creation of 3D objects on irregular,… Read More

Dali and Picasso – Neighbours in Heaven

Dali and Picasso – Neighbours in Heaven

May 22nd, 2013 | 3D, Animation, Surrealism, Videos

Salvador Dali and Pablo Picasso wake up after death in their own sort of heaven peacefully surrounded by their own works. Now they should learn to live together as neighbours or otherwise they could have an uncertain future. Not too much is known about this… Read More

Tokyo City Symphony – Virtual 3D Projection Mapping

Tokyo City Symphony – Virtual 3D Projection Mapping

Our minds just exploded after seeing the website to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Roppongi Hills Towers in Minato, Tokyo, one of Japan’s biggest property developments. Creative director Tsubasa Oyagi has created Tokyo City Symphony, an interactive space with wonderful toys which allow visitors… Read More

Caldera – A journey into a world of psychosis

Caldera – A journey into a world of psychosis

April 3rd, 2013 | 3D, Animation, Videos

Through the eyes of a young girl suffering from mental illness, CALDERA glimpses into a world of psychosis and explores a world of ambiguous reality and the nature of life and death. DIRECTOR’S STATEMENT by Evan Viera: CALDERA is inspired by my father’s struggle with… Read More

The surreal films of Carl Burton

The surreal films of Carl Burton

February 26th, 2013 | 3D, Animation, Videos

Pretty much nothing is known about the video and animation artist Carl Burton. Utilizing 3D software for trips into the inner spheres of the mind, the surreal films Carl Burton has made so far speak for itself. An artist to watch out for. We have… Read More

Kraftwerk – Mixing music and art since 1970

Kraftwerk – Mixing music and art since 1970

February 8th, 2013 | 3D, Documentaries, Germany, Music, Videos

German electronic music pioneers Kraftwerk have always aimed to combine music and art so performing at London’s Tate Modern was the ideal venue for them after three years of planning. Kraftwerk took over the 800-capacity Turbine Hall at the art gallery on Wednesday to play… Read More