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William Stanley Design Shows Of Whats Possible With Skeleton Structures

The London based designer William Stanley took the lightweight design based on bone structures quite literally with his work on the art project “Skele-structure”.

This pigeon like bird/machine is truly a pice of modern art. William combined parts of a bird’s skeleton with mechanical structures like a crane and a few more structures that I can´t define. This two headed bird was printed on an SLS 3D printer and symbolises the manmade structures that mimic the animal kingdom.

william-stanley-skeletecture-sculpture2Half Pigeon skeleton, half structural parts. Standing perched like a prehistoric natural history exhibit, Skele-structure is a merging of the natural and the artificial. Printed with an SLS 3D printer Skele-structure explores the relationship between light weight bird skeletons and the attempt by man made structures to mimic the lightweight qualities of structures in the animal kingdom.

 

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