Find Your Own Zen Stamp

CNC Router,Final Project — Tags: , , , , — nsardo @ 6:23 am

 

 

I created a stamp that would represent the way I go about finding my inner peace. I believe that by screaming meaningless obscenities at things that don’t really matter, I can let off steam in small bursts so that I don’t explode when something serious happens. This huge stamp represents that ideology. I made a mold using the CNC router and then used silicone rubber to make my letters, which I then glued to a wood piece with a handle on the back.

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Waste Cave

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Laser cutting

Uncategorized — nsardo @ 4:06 am

This artist, Cal Lane, laser cuts (and sometimes plasma cuts) really intricate designs into different garden tools and old objects. I haven’t really seen anyone who takes found objects and laser cuts things into them, since it seems like most laser cutting is done with new materials.

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3D printing with sugar

Uncategorized — nsardo @ 4:13 pm

The guys who invented the Makerbot (the super cheap 3D printer) also figured out a way to modify printer cartridges to print suger. They used that to make a 3D printer that solidifies sugar to make objects. I couldn’t find the original article but here’s a couple objects, including a giant screw, printed using this method.

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Mold Making example-Maurizio Cattelan

Uncategorized — nsardo @ 6:29 am

Although this artist does not usually use mold making in his process, almost all of his art centers around the replication of things. I did find one example of a piece that I’m pretty sure used molds, but it’s mainly his artistic philosophy that I feel exactly fits this class. These are latex masks cast from the artist’s face.

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Mr. Chocolate

Submission — Tags: , , , , — nsardo @ 6:56 am

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