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Found favorites from my time guzzling on images and information on the net.

takeovertime:

3D Printed Functional Ceramics | Olivier Van Herpt

prostheticknowledge:

Ceramic 3D Printer

Artist Jonathan Keep has put together a 3D printer to produce digital objects out of clay, and has put together a document to build one:

Based on the delta type of 3D printer my aim has been to use parts that can either be made with basic DIY tools and skills, or ordered off the internet. The design is specifically for printing in clay but could be adapted to work with other materials. Many other self build 3D printers use parts printed in plastic but with this project I did not want to be reliant on already having access to a 3D printer.

More Here

Looking at Jonathan’s website (in particular the ‘Digital Pots' section), you will see various series based on various ideas. There is the Random Growth of generative forms, Sound Surface based on musical audio data, and other computational methods.

More examples of work can be found here

wgsn:

Inspired by 3D modelling software glitches, Noa Raviv has designed garments that bring the digital into a physical space.  Classic Greek and Roman sculptures are the starting point and then worked into hi-tech garments.

wgsn:

Inspired by 3D modelling software glitches, Noa Raviv has designed garments that bring the digital into a physical space.  Classic Greek and Roman sculptures are the starting point and then worked into hi-tech garments.

sosuperawesome:

Porcelain jewelry by MrsPetersonPottery

oldbookillustrations:

Bandages with cloths, plate XIII.

From First aid to the injured; with special reference to accidents occuring in the mountains, by  Oskar Bernhard, London, 1900.

(Source: archive.org)

oldbookillustrations:

Bandages with cloths, plate XIII.

From First aid to the injured; with special reference to accidents occuring in the mountains, by Oskar Bernhard, London, 1900.

(Source: archive.org)

oldbookillustrations:

Bandaging of fractures, plate XXI.

From First aid to the injured; with special reference to accidents occuring in the mountains, by  Oskar Bernhard, London, 1900.

(Source: archive.org)

oldbookillustrations:

Bandaging of fractures, plate XXI.

From First aid to the injured; with special reference to accidents occuring in the mountains, by Oskar Bernhard, London, 1900.

(Source: archive.org)

cross-connect:

Fish Lamps by Frank Gehry

Iconic Canadian-American architect and artist Frank Gehry created a gorgeous sculptural series of fish lamps using jagged scales of ColorCore formica mounted on wireframes.

“After accidentally shattering a piece of ColorCore while working on a commission for Formica, he decided to use the broken shards as fish scales by glueing them onto wire armatures.”

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Selected by Andrew

(via gaksdesigns)