This decorative wall sculpture represents magnificence, wisdom and a flow of life. Lion as the king of all animals was chosen as main symbol. Peaceful design with overall softness was kept in mind for this piece. The curved shaped fur of the lion was a clear choice. It is easy to follow, yet it evokes a kind of an ethereal feeling. A lot time went into designing the transition from the lion to the surrounding environment, the smoothness of it is quite important, because it determines how the piece works together with its background.
Daeki Shim and HyoJun Shim produced the alphabet B by getting a motive from Venn diagram of a plane shape, which expresses the meaning of the word Between. They also produced B 3-dimensionally through the 3D printer. These two 3D printed symbols are seen as the alphabet B of the same plane when they are seen at the front. However, its form changes according to the switch of an angle, and viewers can see the two 3D printed symbols were designed in an individually different structure.
We sculptured a soft and flowing Vase with hard seamless brushed stainless steel in 3D print models and manual sculpture way. The main material used is stainless steel, integral and seamless. we chose some of the models to print them out as vases, and asked the craftsmen to make more steel copies. All the steel sculptures except their mirror parts have brushed matt finishes, which avoid mass reflection and fingerprints.
BooKend is about finding new ways to design and develop artistic yet functional objects using the latest technology tools. The BooKend is a book organizer with a pocket to hold pens and pencils, making it easy to access and organize them. These built in features allow users to keep their desk clean and organized.
These serie of vases is the result of experimenting with the capabilities and limitations of clay and a self-built 3D clay-printer. Clay is soft and pliable when wet, but becomes hard and brittle when dry. After heating in a kiln, clay transforms into a durable, waterproof material. The focus is on creating interesting shapes and textures that are either difficult and time consuming to make or even not doable using traditional methods. The material and the method defined the structure, the texture and the form. All working together to help shape the flowers. No other materials were added.
The tea is one of the irreplaceable parts of Turkish culture and it is almost a ritual in our geography. The slim waisted tea glass is an iconic object, which is a classic that comes to the mind first when we say Turkish art. Therefore, the tea set has been our first project in our series of neoclassical works that blend Turkish culture and Modern design. Project Name:Sofia Yeas:04/2016 Production :Milano / ITALY Materials : Ceramics, painted gold, silver ,varie colours Made in Italy / Hand Made
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