Thursday, September 02, 2010

Thru Religion

Continuing on the topic of hyper-dimensional art, I recently saw a video of this brilliant application of 3D printing that I talked about in my last post.

Basically it's an array of elements in a seemingly random sculpture that can produce different shadow images when light is directed from various angles.

The result of this particular sculpture is the appearance of symbols from the major religions. I thought this concept is amazing on both a technical & philosophical level. Like all great art it can speak for itself...

Here is the website for the creators, with an explanation of the process:

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