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August 19th, 2017

Imagined Artefacts: Artist Anousha Payne uses 3D scanning and printing to appropriate artefacts

London-based artist Anousha Payne has used 3D printing to create her latest art series “Imagined Artefacts.” The project, which consists of a number of 3D printed abstract structures, explores several themes including representation, replication, and the significance of an artefact outside of its context. via 3ders.org, http://ift.tt/2vSRFnv

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This easy-to-follow 3D printed chess set tutorial will have rookies printing rooks in no time

Adafruit has published a tutorial for a 3D printed chess set with a “Circuit Playground” theme. The detailed pieces are made from ColorFabb PLA-metal filaments, while the chess board can be printed in regular PLA. via 3ders.org, http://ift.tt/2ifji6R

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Artist gives new life to Nosferatu

The New York-based Italian artist Andrea Mastrovito has spent the past three years working on a cartoon adaptation of FW Murnaus Nosferatu: Symphony of Horror, the classic German Expressionist silent film (1922) based on the Dracula story by Bram Stoker (1897), using its treatment of fear and the unknown it to look at immigrationfor instance, the vampire as a symbol …Continue reading →

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