The Slipstream Installation by FreelandBuck Transforms from 2D to 3D

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Aug 21, 2012 • References: bridgegalleryny & frameweb
The Slipstream installation by FreelandBuck is a striking sculptural piece realized from a two-dimensional graphic rendering. Exhibited at the Bridge Gallery in New York, this texture-enriched art installation is both visually and structurally complex.

Design firm FreelandBuck highlighted a spirited 2D drawing's many intricacies in their outstanding design. From its geometric forms and countless overlapping lines to its blending tones of blues and violets, the Slipstream installation by FreelandBuck aims to prove how far technology has come.

Showcasing the recent advancements made in architectural software, this sculpture displays digital innovations that are allowing architects and designers to create intricate and multi-dimensional computer models. Unlike before, these models can now be successfully built in 3D despite of their immense mathematical complexities. Stats for Graphic Rendering Sculptures Trending: Older & Mild
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