Interpretive Composite 3D Print Sculptures by John Rainey

27 Apr
2012

Using the entire collection of one person’s photographs from Facebook as a starting point, John Rainey, a student at the Royal College of Art, used Perspex and Z Corp Rapid Prototyping to make interpretive composite 3D print sculptures. For those who don’t know, a Rapid Prototyping printer is a high-definition 3D printer and rapid prototyping machine device that produce physical color models from 3D CAD drawings.

This Computer Augmented Portrait series was chosen to be part of the Royal College of Art’s Paradise exhibition in Milan’s Ventura Lambrate district.

Visit John Rainey’s website to learn more about him and his artwork.

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