Laser Cutter Example: “FILM Typography Installation” by Teags Humm (2012)

Artists,Laser Cutter,Reference,Technique — afinger @ 1:34 am

Laser Cut Acylic

Teags Humm created this piece as a typography installation for class. This project is a student work intended for use at an event such as the Melbourne International Film Festival. Orange, yellow, and blue acrylic were combined for this flashy layered look. Small transparent rods and placed in holes cut from the geometric shapes in order to stack pieces that finally read “FILM”. The piece was cut at Melbourne Laser Cutter, a professional service for designers and small businesses.



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