Modernist lamppost shaped like a woman. Made to be reproduced in 2D and 3D (only on request)
It is amazing the possibilities that 3D printing gives. From human prostheses, to mechanical parts, prototypes, models and endless things that our imagination can encompass.
For my part, as a job and I am very involved in 3D creation, I can think of things like the ones you will see in the sculpture gallery.
On this occasion I had an unstoppable desire to make lamps. Yes, yes ... lamps. I have imagined places that can be illuminated with sculptures with their own light. From lampposts in the streets, in the friezes of buildings, in parks and gardens and especially in interiors of commercial premises and hotels with style.
At present the type of material used to make these sculptures, which can be large, is very varied and ranges from metals to plastics.
Another aspect of this way of lighting is that we currently have LED lights, which in turn are adapted to offer a very large range of colors.
As usual, it also serves to be printed and decorate our bare walls.
August 8th, 2018
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