Amsterdam-based artist George Stamenov finds beauty in the macabre. He also had a desire to capture death in a new way. So using images of bodies post-mortem he found on the internet, Stamenov has used…
Smithsonian curators have 3D printed some of the museum’s pieces, but now they’re offering the 3D files for everyone to print.
A maker by the name of Todd Blatt has successfully used Google Glass to scan a sculpture at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland.
Cosmo Wenman’s mission is to give everyone access to historic sculptures and artifacts previously viewed only in museums or with replicas purchased in the museum gift shops.
In an effort to eventually print houses, Emerging Objects is staying ahead of the curve by developing durable and renewable materials.
From an exhibition of Digital Sculpture, called “Materiality and Beyond,” just presented by Sumita Chauhan in the Studio3 Gallery, School of Arts, Jarman Building, University of Kent.
Bathsheba Grossman is one of the most renowned artists in the world of 3D printing today; her sculptures have changed the way we look at art, geometry, and symmetry.