Dessiner ses meubles dans l'espace. The 3D Printed Swimsuit Of The Future. Nadir Gordon est un créateur panaméen qui vient de réaliser un prototype de maillot de bain grâce à l’impression 3D.
WertelOberfell. Designers. WertelOberfell was founded in 2007 by Gernot Oberfell and Jan Wertel.
Both studied Industrial Design in Stuttgart at the State Academy of Arts, a school which is based on the Ulmer Schule and Bauhaus models. Before the founding of their London based practice, they worked for several years in Ross Lovegrove’s Studio X, designing for international clients including: Artemide, Yamagiwa, Louis Poulsen, Moroso, Serralunga, Sony, VitrA/Turkey, Issey Miyake, and Tag Heuer.
In 2010, WertelOberfell opened a second studio in Munich. Their work ranges from furniture, lighting and industrial products, to experimental research pieces. WertelOberfell share a strong interest in new technologies and processes and very early in their careers, discovered the possibilities of computer aided design and the idea that software is not just an everyday tool, but through experimentation, is also a source of inspiration and a vehicle for discovering new and exciting form languages.
Writing a book:Digital Crafts: Industrial Technologies for Applied Artists and Designer Makers. I was commissioned to write a book and my part is almost done.
The copy editor sent me all her corrections, amendments and suggestions so the whole content had to be gone through with a fine tooth comb. Now there are 4 new images and their captions to collect together to fill gaps the editor would like filled! The publisher has started on the design of the pages so I ‘m looking forward to seeing the first roughs pretty soon. The Indicator: Craft in the Digital Age (333814) Shapeways Blog - Lab Craft: Digital Adventures in Contemporary Craft. Curated by Max Fraser in partnership with the Crafts Council, Lab Craft: Digital Adventures in Contemporary Craft will look at the use of technology as an extension to the capabilities of the human hand at Tent London as part of the London Design Festival.
Lab Craft will challenge the relationship between the hand and machine in contemporary craft. It will focus on tangible outcomes through the examination of new practice, while exploring the impact of technology within craft practice and will feature the work of 26 designers including Tord Boontje and Michael Eden. This exploration of the tensions between craft and digital design is something that is also being discussed at Design and Craft : a History of Convergences and Divergences to be held in Brussels on the 20-22nd of September, 2010, immediately prior to the London Design Festival. « French touch » chez les Lombards - Les Echos. In-flexions. Design numérique. Londres2007-04.jpg (JPEG Image, 1324 × 1772 pixels) - Scaled (56%) Londres2007-06expo.jpg (JPEG Image, 1329 × 1772 pixels) - Scaled (56%) How Was it Made? The Fractal Table. The Hylomorphic Project. Patrick Jouin. L’Agence Patrick Jouin s’y distingue par un style élégant et épuré toujours au service du projet : la recherche d’un équilibre entre tradition et innovation conduit à une production lumineuse et enchantée.
Le goût, l’attention à la technique est l’un des caractères permanents de la production de Patrick Jouin. Il expérimente avec jubilation les bouleversements que la technique peut produire dans la structure même de l’objet : en 2005, la série de chaises Solid en stéréolithographie révolutionne le territoire du design. Patrick Jouin est aussi salué pour sa faculté à tenir ensemble la fonctionnalité d’un objet, la scénographie d’un espace, et sa ligne, sa beauté, alliance qui assure à sa production, une protection pour le long cours : élégance de la casserole Pastatot en collaboration avec Ducasse pour Alessi, légèreté de la chaise Solid, féerie de l’aménagement des salons historiques de Van Cleef et Arpels… « Savoir-faire » et métiers d’Art Mercure, suspension, 2008, Murano due. Beautiful 3D Printed Objects Made of Sugar by the Sugar Lab. The brainchild of Los Angeles architects Kyle and Liz von Hasseln, The Sugar Lab has adapted modern 3D printing technology to produce high-end edible objects for use on wedding cakes or table centerpieces.
Recent graduates from the Southern California Institute of Architecture, the pair have developed a printing method that uses a mixture of sugar and alcohol that prints in layers. While the objects seen here are made using regular sugar, they hope to eventually create flavored mixtures that could be used for more complex pastry decorations, typographical treatments, or even functional objects that can later be eaten.
Bears on Stairs: A Stop Motion-Animation Created from 3D-Printed Frames. The creative team over at London-based DBLG recently released this in-house animation titled Bears on Stairs that involed old school stop motion techniques paired with modern 3D printing.
The painstaking process involved printing a sequence of 50 tiny sculptures which had to be photographed one by one over a period of 4 weeks—all for a mere two seconds of animation. I love the texture on the surface created by the printer. See more over at DBLG. (via Visual News) 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. Ana Rajcevic. Dirk Vander Kooij. Laureline Galliot - Projects.