New Fordist Sculpture
Author: Ana S. Lemnaru
An easy-to-use construction technique, involving the conversion of a three dimensional form created in Blender (a 3D modelling software) to a flat vector shape, that can be printed, cut and folded in order to be assembled back together in real space.
Shapes that have a high complexity level can be divided into component parts. Each part is marked with a code name, making it easily recognizable. Similarly, each of the neighboring edges are marked with a corresponding number, so the assembly process can be done with a great deal of ease.
The low cost materials and easy construction recommend it for amateur sculptors, prototyping and even the creation of self standing works.