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Digital Artist Giuseppe Randazzo Creates Elaborate Arrays of 3D-Printed Stones

Digital Artist Giuseppe Randazzo Creates Elaborate Arrays of 3D-Printed Stones
Stone Field 00 / exp00 – simple attractor exponential field. Digital rendering. Stone Field 05 / three attractors field. Digital rendering. Stone Field 04 / field based on vert dist from horizontal axis. Digital rendering. StoneFields 02 / polar 2d Perlin field. 3D-printed sculpture. Stone Field 00 / exp00 – simple attractor exponential field. 3D-printed sculpture. Stone Field 07 /simple 1d linear polar field. 3D-printed sculpture. Stone Field 07 /simple 1d linear polar field. 3D-printed sculpture, detail. Back in 2009, Italian designer Giuseppe Randazzo of Novastructura released a series of generative digital “sculptures” that depicted carefully organized pebbles and rocks on a flat plane. Fast forward to 2014, and technology has finally caught up with Randazzo’s original vision. Starting from 2009 project “Stone Fields”, some 3dmodels were produced from the original meshes.

http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/10/stone-fields/

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