Just some renders of a five piece custom version of the acrylic glass mobiles:
One more time with some colors:
And a second idea using a design from our 3D Printed Hanging Sculptures:
See more of my custom-designed and custom-made mobiles …
Our 3D printing company is running a number of Cyber Monday sales, so if you’ve been considering getting any of our 3D Printed Mobiles, now would be the time: place any order and get a $10 store credit plus at checkout enter codes “save10″ (spend $75 get $10 off), “save25″ (spend $125 get $25 off), “save50″ (spend $200 get $50 off): www.shapeways.com/shops/mobiles (expires tonight December 2nd 2013 at midnight PST).
Great photo of the Alexander Calder show “Calder Shadows” at Venus Over Manhattan, currently showing through December 21, 2013:
For me as someone who makes mobiles for a living, I find this next one rather interesting. The wire structure looks like it was made with a lot of care, yet the sheet metal pieces attached to it look like left over pieces that he just picked up from the floor (at least two of them look like they’ve been stepped on). Calder sure didn’t try to make them look “nice”:
I just dropped of 30 red and white 3D printed holiday ornament mobiles at Modern Artifacts here in Richmond today. For the out-of-towners, you can order them through our shop at Shapeways. At $10 a piece, they’re also a very affordable mid-century modern meets contemporary 3d printing art gift. And they’re small enough to serve as stocking stuffers.
Available in 6 different colors. To have them delivered by Christmas, please order them latest by December 10th if you’re in the U.S. or Europe, for anywhere else it’s December 6th.