I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve been nominated for a prize in the 3D Pioneers Challenge. The prizes will be awarded at the FabCon.3D convention in Erfurt, Germany on June 15. The purpose of the 3D Pioneers Challenge is to find designers who are “breaking new ground in the field of 3D printing and who understand the key trends in the industry. The Challenge seeks to uncover specialists from around the world who are thinking outside the box and — pushing boundaries.” I am proud to be included in this elite group of 29 international designers, and I look forward to meeting them and seeing their work at FabCon.3D.
My entry is entitled “Additive Manufacturing to Promote Museum Exhibits” and features the Opercularella pendant that I designed for the ARURA collection at the Leuchtenburg Museum’s “Porzellanwelten.” As a fan of museums of all disciplines, I look forward to future 3D-design collaborations with museums. Check out this video of my entry:
And if you’d like to see the other entries, go to the 3D Pioneers Challenge Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/3DPioneersChallenge/