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Everyday Items Transformed Into New Primordial Forms

 

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Designer Plummer Fernandez used custom- made software to subject the scan to algorithms that stretch and distort the data into new forms, before sending the altered files to be 3D printed with colorless sand particles and tinted resin. Different equations create different effects – the simplest are simple multiplications to stretch an object, while more advanced formulas can twist or smooth the object or go as adding new features such as spikes.

Oscar Niemeyer In 3D

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Now you can find the dreamy concrete of Oscar Niemeyer’s architecture distilled into a little box. Publication Visionaire 62 Rio and online art market Paddle8 have collaborated to create a limited edition portfolio of anaglyphs depicting the iconic built work of Brazilian Architect Oscar Niemeyer. With only 200 in production, a specialized stereoscope allows three dimensional viewing of ten photographs taken by Vicente de Paulo. A singular cubic package contains the glasses within a lenticular case and arranges a folder of slides and brochure with 2D representations. The slides feature images of churches, museums, civic and residential structures constructed between the 1940s and 1990s within the cities of Sao Paulo, Brasilia and Rio de Janeiro.

‘Paradoxymoron’ – a trompe d’oeil Painting by Patrick Hughes

This movie shows one of Patrick Hughes’ stunning paintings hanging in the basement of the British Library, in London. It’s called ‘Paradoxymoron’. According to the Urban Dictionary, a Paradoxymoron is “a person who argues in circles, often contradicting themselves”.

As you can see, this is a “trompe d’oeil” type of painting (=“trick the eye” in French) that relies on a three-dimensional canvas to deliver a different image depending on the perspective of the viewer. Continue Reading →

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