Thomas Heatherwick has a show at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London!
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Over the following few weeks, we each made new models where three letters (mine were D, A, and F) were each extruded 10" in three different directions, the later models having the letters at different, non-orthogonal angles, the last one even morphing in size. Each of these models was a section model, with the middle section cut covered in black paper, to make the new shapes that were created by the intersecting letters really stand out.
|the first, most legible model|
|the second, craziest-and-hardest-to-build, model|
|the third model, where each of the letters are getting smaller|
or bigger, from one side to the other.
|Jeff Kipnis, in his sea of letters|
To be continued . . . .