15 December 2022 • Gaston La-Gaffe
The action figures of our favorite superheroes have always been a source of joy for our children as well as us, even in adulthood. What if you take this to the next level and 3D print the miniature version of your favorite heroes? Sounds exciting, not?
INTERVIEW: Zachary Eastwood-Bloom – an artist who explores the blurring space between the real and digital worlds.
17 August 2015 • Mark Westall
About 6 or 7 years ago I became fascinated by how digital culture was increasingly invading the material world. At its most basic it presented a polemic between ‘the real and the material’ and something ‘real but immaterial’, over the years since, these opposite ends of the scale have moved closer and closer creating a blurring space. My work aims to explore that blurring space. I tend to use traditional and natural materials like clay, wood or metal and affect them digitally or cast from a digitally manufactured source.
9 December 2014 • Mark Westall
Eventually 3D-printed cars could be designed with their local environment in mind, such as extreme cold weather or the desert
5 April 2014 • Mark Westall
This is a 3D printed art piece created by Jon Fidler and Damilola Odusote,
22 July 2013 • Mark Westall
Visit The Future is Here.
13 June 2013 • Mark Westall
Powered by social media, composed of a large pendulum and a 3D printer, ‘Swing Vote’ charges itself on the votes in favour of 3D printing regulation. But for every vote it receives for unregulated use it will relax.
13 April 2013 • Mark Westall
The future is here. Project Cyborg will revolutionise the way designers think by training materials to build themselves – and adapt to their surroundings