The Printed Pot

Van Mensvoort
April 14th 2009

These printed pots were inspired by Southwest Native American pottery and were printed using powdered slip and binder in a three-dimensional printer.

Mixing ancient traditions with emerging technologies. Don't you just love it when oldnature & nextnature copulate? Pure futuristic-nostalgia!

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Via Beyond the Beyond.

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Koert van Mensvoort
Posted 22/04/2009 – 23:51

Apparently a similar practice has been going on in the Netherlands and there even has been an exhibition on it in the Boymans museum in Rotterdam – oops I missed that.
http://www.sgraffito-in-3d.com/en/research/

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