words and imagery emerge
sculpture on a page
© Kim M. Russell, 2016
Images found on www.independent.co.uk
My response to Carpe Diem #1073 3D print(er)
Today Chèvrefeuille has presented us with an episode about one of the modern ways to create art, 3D printing, and told us about The Unseen Art Project, an initiative to make art more accessible and inclusive by using 3D-printing technology to create replicas of masterpieces that can be touched. One of the leading artists in this new art form is the Helsinki-based designer Marc Dillon with a 3D interpretation of that renowned art-work, the Mona Lisa.
Chèvrefeuille has asked us to think about how it would be to touch the classical haiku poets, for example Matsuo Basho and gave us an example haiku:
together with Basho