started working on 2 new arduino projects. One will be a ledwall for a store and the other a remoet controllable architectural model.
I'm moving out of my studio. Despite all the effort it took building it and good times there I decided to go for a new place I stumbled upon.
fun project in between jobs. I used grasshopper to draw 3dimensional spirograph figures and 3d printed them.
working on a new portrait.
playing around with grasshopper. made a script to produce a irregular truncated icosaeder for a next iteration of my icoled light
working on a big render project for Quooker watertaps. Making renders for their complete product assortiment.
My new studio sort off finished except for the finishing touch
covering the roof
placed a glass wall
making renders and some physical prototypes for a new Transavia wings design by studio Dunbar
well.. for now a lot of junk but soon this is the place were i'll be building my new studio
temporary new studio, building the permanent one in april
working on a fun device..
I went to the premiere of the Trisan & Isolde Opera at the Wagner Festspiele in Bayreuth, Germany for which I made the Isolde portraits/masks used in the 3th act. I had to rent a black tie..
One of the appearances of Isolde's body-double, a litte hard to see from where I was seated and hope to get some better images.
arduino/grasshopper workshop at wdka
production time! magic mirrors for Yvonne Beelen
Bought a second 3d printer, an original ultimaker to do some more experimental things.
Bought a 3d printer, a zortrax M200
Just started my second year teaching at the WDKA, doing a lot of nice things with students there like building brain scanners.
working on the paper portrait of Eva Maria Westbroek for the bayreuther Festspiele.
projection mapping workshop for fisrt year students at WDKA
Athari Jebran and her crew from Gold Coast Australia ordered 5 clones, Luckily genetic data sheets are not on Australia's forbidden imports list yet so I could just sent the 5 gene-material packages with UPS.
3cpo in the house!
Tactile High Touch Visuals shows how graphic design is moving into three-dimensional objects and products. The innovative examples documented in the book demonstrate how designers are developing and implementing their ideas spatially from the very outset of a project. Tactile proves that spatial innovation in graphic design is not limited to personal work or artistic endeavours, but is being sought out more and more often by commercial clients, for example, in store design.
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