The head of Montessori School of Denver was retiring after 18 years of dedicated service and advancement of the school. The school wanted to pay tribute to her accomplishments and hired my company, Ventuno design, to create a lasting tribute to her. The icons in the upper arch tell a story of the contributions made; 18 icons representing 18 years. The gate panels have icons as well that reveal a story and vision of the school. Donations are made to purchase the icons and the money goes to a sabbatical program for the staff of magnificent teachers.
Wonderful shapes. Removing the wheels and all of the bits and pieces of a car reveals the beauty of the shape. These "Little Bulls," are abstracts of some of the great V-12 exotics from Italy. The colors and shapes are meant to invoke emotion, passion and appreciation for design.
THE PROCESS: Once the five cars were chosen, prototypes were made out of wood using a band saw and various sanding and filing methods. The cars were then modeled in 3D software and 3D printed on a MakerBot Replicator 2. The prints were cleaned up to be ready for creating a mold and casting.
Final versions are soon to come and will be available for purchase!
Concepts and designs that I have printed on my Makerbot Replicator 2 3D Printer
3D Bee Project
Developed this off-center Union Jack out of aluminum bar. The smaller cross is polished aluminum and the larger cross is brushed aluminum. Nice custom piece to compliment a great restoration.