19th Century Japanese woodblock drawings given 3D shape at Tokyo Designers Week 2014

It goes without saying that 3D printing technology is an amazing creative outlet for any modern artists, though it might take a while before its reputation matches that of paintbrushes and chisels. But who says that 3D printed art has to be (post)modern and revolutionary. Sometimes reaching back to the artistic giants of our past can lead to as, or even more, beautiful results.
(…weiter auf 3ders.org)




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