"Pine cone" a collection of 3D printed office accessories inspired by nature
The artist and brilliant inventor Isaac Budmen has created a unique collection around the theme of nature and 3D printing. The " project ".Pine cone" ("Pine Cone" in English) was born after having observed at length the particularly incredible shape of tree seeds. The collection thus presents a set of three 3D printed office accessories directly inspired by our friends the plants. The pencil pot"Conifer Desktop"is inspired by the structure of pine cones to propose a design object with a purely simplified geometry. The "box setIllusory Acorn"plays with the size of the acorns by amplifying it as if it were the size of a squirrel. It presents an unstable object, constantly placed on its side, whose purpose is to arouse your colleagues' curiosity about the contents of this box. Finally, the"Sequoia Organizer"takes on the appearance of sequoia pods and is similar to a binder of all the important pieces of paper, notes, memos that make up our lives and careers. Each of these three designs was designed to be printed by the general public using personal 3D printers. 3D files are available herefor exclusive download on the platform Cultures. Once you have printed these masterpieces in 3D, all you have to do is sit at your desk, breathe and relax: nature is around you, it protects you. Isaac Budmen is the author of "TheThe Book on 3D Printing"and has also become known for his work on the 8-bit and 3D printing.
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