Sculpteo supported an important project for School of Communication Arts, a Creative Advertising Course in London. Students received a brief from Creative Social which is a global digital advertising. Creative Social asked them to create a 3D object that best signifies being a Social and give it a name. One design will be chosen and the 3D object will represent the values that members of Creative Social share in common. We helped the students to print all their objects.
We visited the School in London, introduced the 3D printing to the students, explained them what file extensions are compatible to print an object and showed them different examples of designs we have made. We also answered all the questions and emails from students until the objects were printed. 7 teams were in competition and Sculpteo printed all the projects.
The School of Communication Arts is a Creative Advertising Course in London for people who are passionate about advertising. Students work and learn during 12 months in a studio, surrounded and supported by 400 mentors, industry’s top talent, and 100 advertising agencies.
Thanks to this project, Creative Social appreciated the great work of students, discovered 3D printing (new for them) and Sculpteo. Sharing this experience with the school was a good way to show that advertising practices are deeply changing thanks to additive manufacturing and digital fabrication.
The school send us a great video presenting the project:
If you have a project feel free to contact us! We are really happy to collaborate with schools and designers.
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