John Edmar made these mesmerizing 3d printed sculptures, Via Core77
John Edmark is one of those guys whose fields of interest would be impossible to fit on a single business card. While he’s officially a design lecturer at Stanford, the inventor/designer/artist pursues everything from photography to motion graphics to geometry, and his courses cover “design fundamentals, product design, chair design, paper as a sculptural medium, color, and animation.”
During his time as an artist-in-residence at Autodesk’s Pier 9 program, Edmark combined several of his interests to create these 3D-printed Fibonacci Zoetrope Sculptures. By designing the Fibonacci sequence into the forms, then placing them on a turntable and synching his camera’s shutter speed with the rotation rate, he’s managed to create some stunning, slightly vertigo-inducing animations:
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