The third nominee of the i.materialise Designer of the Year Award is Isaie Bloch and the founder of Eragatory , the name of his atelier with a focus on Design for 3D printing and creative fabrication. Isaie Bloch made some really great designs in different materials such as brass , silver and multicolor .
MakerBot went transatlantic last week for the London and Paris 3D Printshows . We’re happy to report that we brought home a shiny new trophy and some unforgettable memories. 3D Printshow Global Awards We were proud to land the Global Award for Best Consumer Printer 2013, and to see our CEO Bre Pettis deliver the conference’s keynote address.
In retrospect, we hadn’t realized what we were looking at, when, at the 3D Printshow we stumbled into the covertly-located 3D print gallery. The large area held many examples of 3D printed art, some already famous and some about to be famous.
Earlier this week our design of the week featured Icarus Had a Sister , by Masters & Munn. While we’re certain you’ll agree the work is astonishing, we also must tell the incredible story of how it came to be, as revealed during a long conversation at the close of the 2013 3D Printshow .
Fossils get from the ground to the museum floor with the help of increasingly precise tools, specialized glues and even 3D printing. But one thing hasn’t changed in 150 years of paleontology: Prepping fossils is painstaking work.
Isaie Bloch has won the ‘Artist of the Year Award’ at the 3D Printshow in London. Take a look at his work ‘Satire’ he sells under the name Eragatory
We organize a new Meetup about Art and Digital Creation on November 19th in Paris. The event will takes place at l’Etablisienne .
Shane Kohatsu’s Vapor Laser Talon for Nike / Frank Stella – ‘K.162′ (2011) sculpture In what will certainly be a must-see exhibition this holiday season, New York City’s Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) is pleased to present Out of Hand: Materializing the Postdigital , which opens today and runs through July 6, 2014. Billed as “the first in-depth survey of digital fabrication in contemporary art, architecture, and design,” the exhibition includes a catholic selection of “more than 120 works of sculpture, jewelry, fashion, and furniture by 85 artists, architects, and designers from 20 countries.” Curated by Ronald T
When MakerBot opened some years ago it used open source approaches to developing its products. While they produced 3D printers, they also made available the plans to make them, open source-style. That changed with the introduction of their Replicator 2 model, much to the consternation of their open source followers.