Unveiled at the International Motor Show in Geneva, here is the latest concept car of Bentley, the EXP 10 Speed 6. This machine is an attempt for the brand to connect car and innovations. The metal 3D printing technology has been used for the vehicle frame.
For a school’s work, Éva Valicsek, Hungarian, wanted to work on the epistolary novel of Choderlos de Laclos : “Les Liaisons Dangereuses”. She has thought to instaure a double reading way that distinguishes the letters of the two main characters Valmont et Merteuil, from the other correspondants in order to show the contrast there is between the different morals of each character.
Based in São Paulo, artist Ana Strumpf is the author of the series “Re.Cover” in which she customizes in her way magazine covers such as W, Interview, Dazed & Confused, Esquire, Vogue and also I-D. With Sharpie and DecoColor pens, she draws on models’ bodies, well-known faces of actors, musicians and sportive or politic icons.
Canadian agency Rack & Pinion Creative has though a campaign for Psiphon : a tool that fights against censorship of millions Internet users that are in the 25 countries where they don’t have freedom of expression. On each poster, we see paper sculptures showing Youtube, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and Google with a sentence that attests the censorship.
Here Carbon3D, a new method of 3D printing, using a continuous liquid interface production technology. The machine operates with the light and oxygen for continuous manufacture of objects from a resin tank at a fast speed which is 25 to 100 times faster than conventional 3D printing methods.
Swiss feminist group Terre des Femmes and the Miami Ad School of Hamburg have recently launched the campaign “Woman’s Worth” that defends the fact that women can dress up whatever they want. The three posters show a chest, legs and feet with the measures of a ruler that calculate the length of a skirt, the height of shoes wheels and the depth of a low-cut by assimilating them with prejudices.
Design studio Synthesis Design + Architecture, based in Los Angeles, has designed an amazing chair thanks to a 3D print and different materials for each part of the object. They have called the 3D print company Stratasys for the “Durotaxis Chair” : they wanted a print in a row that could design all the materials.
With the help of 3D printing, the Antoni Gaudí‘s Sagrada Familia will finally see the day on the horizon 2026. According to the BBC, the technical office of the church responsible for the realization of the project moves from handcrafted prototypes to printed plaster models in 3D. This allows them to create models in 12 hours and manipulate different modular post-print parts with two 3D-printer models available on site.
“Printing Friends” is a design and creativity magazine printed by Danagård LiTHO in Sweden. In 2014, they have rethought the magazine by focusing on arts such as illustration, photography, typography and personal stories. For the issue 8 – “Food”, studio Snask (who did the project Craft), has designed the cover with the P and F letters under the shape of a cream cake.
Illustrator Isobelle Ouzman uses a lot of glue, a X-Acto knife and watercolor paint for her 3D illustrations that are hollowed in books like a tunnel or a portal to a fairy imaginary. She reworks abandoned books she finds in recycling bins to give them a new life. You can order some on her shop Etsy.