3D printed art has arrived.
It’s the newest form of art that lets you bring your creativity to life.
Now, a team of designers is working on a 3D art-themed mural in Los Angeles that depicts the rise of the digital age.
A team of artists, engineers and designers from the studio, Artful, created the 3D-printed murals, which will be installed at the new museum and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
The mural is set to open this fall.
The artists behind the new mural are a group of artists and designers who have all worked in 3D design for over a decade.
Each mural was created with their own unique technology, according to Artful CEO Ryan Lachs.
They used different software tools to make the 3-D models look different.
The artists used materials such as plastic, metal, wood, glass, glassware and plastic foam.
Each design took about four days to print, according the Artful team.
They also created the murals with 3D printers.
“Our goal with these murals is to present 3D models of the human face to the public that we know and love,” Lach and the team said in a press release.
“This will allow people to understand and appreciate the importance of the art form of painting, a field that we are very passionate about.
In this way, 3D printable art is helping people explore the technology behind digital art in a different way than they might have been able to before.”
The artists say they hope the project will be a catalyst for other people to learn more about 3D technology and how it can help solve a variety of problems, including education and social issues.
“This project is an opportunity to raise awareness about the digital art movement and help people understand how 3D prints can be used to create something beautiful and meaningful for people and nature,” Luths said.