3D printing as art: admired works and artists
We have already got used to the fact that 3D printing is pushing the limits of the possible, and makes everything look special. But outstanding artists bring additive technologies to a brand new level, becoming pioneers of the whole art direction.
One of the earliest and most famous 3D artists. Known for his installations and sculptures, among which special recognition was achieved by skulls – a distinctive feature of the artist. Joshua characterizes his works as a mixture of allegory and abstract neo-surrealism.
Nick Ervinck’s pieces of art are one of the most successful examples of the application of additive technologies in architecture and design.
Czech artist explores the phenomena of infinitude, cyclicity and death in her works. Therefore, almost all her sculptures are literally made up from bones – 3D printed, of course.
Michaella Janse van Vuuren
Artist prefers to create delicate 3D printed marionettes instead of static sculptures. For example, such a winged horse.
Lionel Theodore Dean
Using 3D printing, artist from Great Britain creates works of applied art influenced by modernism.