Friday, 26 September 2014

Wiktor Kidziak - Colour 3D prints

These two guys were designed by Wiktor Kidziak while studying at UCL, 2014. 

I am not sure what they represent. The forms remind me of trees growing on an exposed hillside, leaning away from the prevailing wind. They also appear to be walking in the image below. As for the colour they remind me of marble mosaic cubes swept up in a vortex or whirlwind.

Wiktor has worked closely with 3D printers in the past and his confidence in the media shows in the ambition of the project. 

The parts were generated using parametric design tools including SoftImage XSI. 

There is something very edible about these prints. Certainly they we very satisfying to make and proved quite photogenic too.

For more information about colour 3D printing at Lee 3D please visit