The digital creations of the Dutch artist Rik Oostenbroek vary between graphics and abstract sculptural representations. It creates effects of highly visual textures that resemble cracks and splashes of solidified paint.
The Spanish design studio Muokkaa, sign a new series of colorful numbers, specially created for the Second Edition of the 36 Days of type, encouraging illustrators and graphic designers to share their own interpretation of numbers and letters.
Duo SA-PO, Sven Sauer and Igor Prosavec has produced this great project inspired by series “Gridlock” and “Machine Dreams”. In a megalopolis, discover the tragic story of a gigantic rusty robot, under-rated and chased by his own creators, a society of humans eager of high-tech and suddenly overwhelmed.
For the Milano Design Week, the accessories and shoe brand United Nude has collaborated with architects and designers around the world such as Ben Van Berkel, Zaha Hadid, Ross Lovegrove, Fernando Romero and Michael Young. They wanted to reinvent the shoe’s thinking like an architectural work through the technique of 3D printing. “Ilabo” by Ross Lovegrove...
The French artist Gilles-Alexandre Deschaud directed the first short film, titled “Chase Me” consists of only 2500 pieces printed using the 3D Form 1+ printer. The result will be screened at the Festival International du Film d’Animation d’Annecy in June 2015. The short film will also be included in the selection of the Short Film Corner...
Below the Boat is the project of the couple Robbie and Kara Johnson sculptors. Using maps of the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration, they reproduce the form of relief sculptures mappings hidden seas and underwater territories with birch plywood and a laser.
The digital artist based in Los Angeles, Anthony Gargasz, presents its new works called “Metallic Faces”. Anthony follows exactly the same artistic progression unlike a painter that its tools are a keyboard, a mouse and tablet.
Design studio Synthesis Design + Architecture based in Los Angeles, has designed an amazing chair using a 3D printer and different materials for each part of the object. They have called the 3D print company Stratasys for the “Durotaxis Chair”: they wanted a print in a row that could design all the materials.
Mario De Meyer as the DM2, draws typographical design before modeling it very meticulously for a visual and beautiful rendering. Beyond letter creation and a abstract way, the artist also likes to perform hypnotic posters, vibrant colors and graphics.
As part of editorial work for magazines such as “El Mundo”, the artist Dani Aristizabal created these 3D illustrations inspired by the graphic style and colorful Memphis. In these stagings wacky, the graphical interpretation of the egg the main subject of creation, the artist plays in several colors and patterns.