Canadian-born freelance typographer Ben Johnston and 3D designer Mark Simmons collaborated in showcasing their newest design called ‘The Mountains are Calling and I Must Go.’ The series of sculptures was made by using illustrations created by Johnstone, while 3D designer Simmons transformed and rendered the drawings into a three-dimensional piece of artwork.
Three-dimensional printing in today’s modern age is something that most industries strive to perfect and delicately balance between its potential with the technology at hand and design. As of recent, it has been a powerful tool for creative minds to explore new and exciting boundaries in the art world.
The result is an incredibly beautiful work of art through the combination of animation and technology.
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