Teikca
[Tee-ka]

Form study exploring form and texture using 3D printing with ABS wood filament. The intuitive container/casing fits the physiology of the hand. The object created is to be used as a housing for keepsakes and objects found on explorations and travels. Case one opens to internal water-like qualities, endowing a precious geode. The second has been metalised with copper and brass to create a perceptible external synthesizing surface, that wears/ages in layers over a long period of time.
2015
2nd Year Design
INDN 241  
Advanced Visualisation and 3D Modelling
Lecturer Bernard Guy
Teikca
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Teikca

An intuitive container/casing to fit the physiology of the hand. The object created is to be used as a housing for keepsakes and objects found on Read More
18
237
0
Published: