May 9, 2013 AT 2:00 am

3D Printed Computational Sculptures by Youngsuk Lee #3dthursday

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Check out the 3D printed “Computational Sculptures” created by Youngsuk Lee over the past few years — challenging designs, challenging to produce, that suggest interesting directions for where to take 3D printed/rapid prototyped artwork:

The Shelter, 2011

Materials: Rapid Prototyped gypsum powder, Pearls.

Processes: Designed using Rhinoceros software, printed and manufactured using a 3D Color Printer.

HomeSculpture listSize: Width Height Depth 8x7x3,9x7x3, 8×5,2, 7.5x5x3, 8x6x3,

See more interesting 3D printed sculptures by Youngsuk Lee here!

TheShelterDetails

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