Tropism Vase
by Harry / June 26, 2007


Graphic Designer Joshua Davis and design studio Commonwealth have created a series of vases using animation software exported to rapid prototyping. Commonwealth digitally designed and manufactured the base object which was then used to make a limited series of 21 porcelain vases by Boehm Porcelain. Davis then wrote software programs for the graphic paint that uniquely details each digital-porcelain vase. Joshua Davis has also done a new, computationally driven set of prints for the show as well. More after the jump.

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Commonwealth created this object in Maya, the same animation software used for animated 3D films.


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These are the stereo lithography "prints".


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The procelain vase by Boehm Porcelain with the unique graphic paint by Joshua Davis.


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Also on show, Joshua Davis' computationally driven set of prints curated by Maxalot.


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