Collaboration with James Bridle

One of the many interesting things about being a member of SVA's new Visible Futures Lab is having the opportunity to collaborate with artists from all over the world. I recently did some experimental 3D printing with James Bridle, a London-based writer/artist/publisher, and technologist. You can see some of James' documentation at the link below. Check it out!

http://booktwo.org/notebook/uav-identification-kit/

Initial prototype prints. 

3dea Pop-Up in NYC

I was happy to be a part of the inaugural launch of the 3dea pop-up store last December. The response was great, and lots of people were fascinated by the idea of 3D printers and what they can do. There's no better way to understand something than to see it in action!

Having a chat at the grand opening of the 3dea pop-up shop in NYC. December 2012.

Always nice to see the fruits of one's labor

So I decided to bring my blog back to life after a short hiatus. The other day, I stumbled upon a pleasant surprise when I noticed one of my door hardware designs featured in Traditional Home magazine.  Did I say I mention pleasantly surprised? :) 

A bamboo-inspired door handle set I designed for SA Baxter in 2011