Check out this great guest post written by Chris Waldo at Fabbaloo last year that shares a number of notable cutting edge 3DP artists. While the presence of cg artists in online 3DP communities is on the rise, this line-up of artists approached the 3D printer as a tool from another perspective and produce results that are still as interesting this year as last year. And I could resist starting with the deeply talented George Hart, pictured above (with some of his work below):
Throughout all emerging markets & technologies, there are always a select few leading the pack. Whether it is through innovation, business, or science – someone has to take the lead. In the world of 3D printing, artists have been pushing the envelope for this technology. Listed below are some of the most influential artists within the field of 3D printing, in no particular order.
George W. Hart
George is a geometer with an extensive academic career. He is a research professor in the State University of New York, and has been found in multiple publications such as The New York Times and Science Magazine. This artist has set the bar for full color 3D printed sculptures through his various exhibits featuring very complex centers, curves, and full color models. He has changed the face of 3D printed full color displays and sculptures – no one can create designs like him! …
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