Joshua Harker has been a maker and artist his whole life. He has used 3D printing technology to create beautiful works of art. His 3D printed sculpture, 3d headdress, Crania Anatomica Filigre and Anatomica di Revolutis are two of the most funded sculpture projects on Kickstarter.
Check out this really cool shot by @shapeways of one of Joshua Harker’s (@joshuaharkerartist) polyamide sculptures coming out of the printer. Joshua initially sculpts his work digitally using special computer software, then it’s printed, brushed off and (when necessary) assembled.
This skull printed in one part, but the work on view at Gristle is a bit more complex with moving parts. Some of Joshua’s sculptures require complex engineering. All are very impressive- he is a pioneer in his field.
Get in touch with @gristletattoo at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about the available work of his we have on view. You can see it if you scroll through my profile here, at Gristleartgallery.com or in person at the gallery:
The Elusive Key #elusivekey
178 N. 8th St.
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
1 block north of the Bedford stop on the L train.
Joshua Harker just sent this pic of his 3-D printed sculpture, pre-assemblage. Really excited to be working with Harker, a pioneer of this new medium. Come see this completed work this Saturday!
THE ELUSIVE KEY
A group exhibition exploring the mystery behind Houdini’s Mirror escape.
Opening reception: March 15th, 6-9
On view from March 15th - April 11th, 2014
178 N 8th St., Brooklyn, NY 11211
www.gristletattoo.com & www.samanthalevinfineart.com
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Further workings with Artist Joshua Harker’s
Anatomica di Revolutis
Further workings with Artist Joshua Harker and his
Crania Anatomica Filigre.
An amazing look into the current state of 3D printing.