Digital Grotesque: complex, 3D-printed room


14 Responses to “Digital Grotesque: complex, 3D-printed room”

  1. Ladyfingers says:

    Not even a Giger namecheck?

  2. Al Corrupt says:

    I don’t think the cleaners will appreciate all that complexity, but spiders will love it.

  3. nemryn says:

    Reminds me of the Mandelbox. ‘Grotesque’, indeed.

  4. nate says:

    “a water-shaped grotto, itself a naturally occurring architecture long regarded for the uncanny presence of human-sized spaces in various landscapes.”

    Amigara Fault?

  5. Lemoutan says:

    That’s an amazingly realistic human arm they’ve got there mind.

  6. carlogesualdodivenosa says:

    Disqus is eating my posts, so I’ll try without a link: google mandelbulb.  Happy, Disqus?

  7. vonbobo says:

    “the result is rich, shimmering composition ridden with impossible undercuts and a transcendental sense of the limits of technology. ”

    This is fantastic. I’m picturing a digitized, highly detailed, fractal unicorn.

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  10. Queequeeg says:

    Kurt Schwitters did it better. Merzbau.

  11. Edward Whalley says:

    Yow!  What the Mannerists would have done with this!

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