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Very urban light bulbs printed in 3D

3D creation is not limited to the simple ex nihilo creation of objects from the imagination, this is what designer David Graas proves by reinventing everyday objects through 3D printing. Its latest creation, named Hubble, capitalizes on light bulbs, an item that is ultra present in our homes, but has been redesigned in a very urban way for the occasion. The artist wanted to embody the highly urbanized future that awaits us by giving it an aesthetic and aerial aspect thanks to a gentle diffusion of light among all these buildings. A result that is reminiscent of the hermit crabs shells printed in 3D by Japanese artist Aki Inomata.

source: BusinessInsider

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