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3D printed Mash up chair 3D prin vs. Copywright

I steel

Copy

Compose

And Print

A 3D printed chair that raises questions on the copyright issues that are emerging along side the fast growing 3D printing industry. What impact will this new production method really have on us as a consumer, designer, or producer?

By using cutting edge 3D printing techniques to copy and mash-up, compose parts of established icons I have created new design piece. An attempt to show that your 3D printer is your future 3D copying machine.

At the same time it’s a tribute to a few of my favorite designers.

Is it Rietveld?

Is it Arne Jacobsen?

Is it Eames?

Is it Ross Lovegrove?

No it’s a Schne… ..

  • 3D printed Mash up Chair:  Kunst  door Diederik Schneemann

    3D printed Mash up Chair

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    A 3D printed chair that raises questions on the copyright issues that are emerging along side the fast growing 3D printing industry. What impact will this new production method really have on us as a consumer, designer, or producer?

    By using cutting edge 3D printing techniques to copy and mash-up, compose parts of established icons I have created new design piece. An attempt to show that your 3D printer is your future 3D copying machine.

  • 3D printed Mash up Chair:  Woonkamer door Diederik Schneemann

    3D printed Mash up Chair

    A 3D printed chair that raises questions on the copyright issues that are emerging along side the fast growing 3D printing industry. What impact will this new production method really have on us as a consumer, designer, or producer?

    By using cutting edge 3D printing techniques to copy and mash-up, compose parts of established icons I have created new design piece. An attempt to show that your 3D printer is your future 3D copying machine.

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