cardboard by way of folds and cuts. The photo was taken on route to
4D Modelshop to collect the first ever manifest resin 3D print! (Aug ’17)Shot by Bauhaus design clad building. East London
The concept of sharing assets or functionality is not a unique concept as a result of monetary devices, opportunity or creative thinking being some things that are extremely difficult to truly protect. Reflecting where something comes from in practical or theoretical terms help its authenticity.
Hexatrigon the name may have had previous connotations but it’s solid /virtual forms, as far as I know, are mine for now. “Blue sky thinking” was the process of realisation of hexatrigon particularly its digital transformation.
Which classification of protection do original 3D printed polyhedra fall into? Maybe it is a ‘grey’ area like the Titanium and Aluminium Hexatrigons printed by i.materialise or Sculpteo. Extremely thankful for copyright, and the principles of the Additive Manufacturing industry.
However some things I may see make me realise what is possible when the right minds/ designers/ architects/ engineers and scientists get together. They may not have any connection to me other than to say Mi Luv Yu Bad as the concepts they embody and reflect are aspects of mine. Respect for, not only design & creativity but also are renewable energies/ materials etc.
Aluminium solar powered wind turbine miniature with led.
Which corporate sponsor would like to have the credit for providing the reaction that the blind/ partially sighted persons, who would be the ones to not only appreciate this unique shape, but also have the understanding of the message in the words?