This is the official poster for the art exhibition at the 3D Printshow 2015 in Berlin:
Most of the art prints that have been printed with a Stratasys Objet printer where created by the Canadian sculpturist Michael Winstone who has his studio in Madrid, Spain for 10 years now. Coming from traditional sculpturing his 3D printed sculptures link to his previous work and can be described as kind of liquid branches. They remind of living fluids that can bee seen in many science fiction and fantasy movies this time, like black virus in Spider Man 3 (the Sam Raimi one).
The following pieces look similar to the 3D printing art already shown at the EuroMold 2014 by Stratasys. Endless loops and knots as multicolor printouts with high glossy finishing.
Also present in the 3D printing art section of the 3D Printshow were the melting faces sculptures by Pussykrew. Ther artistic duo from Berlin works hard to create the suspension between the physical and the digital world. With their background of 3D animation and CGI software Pussykrew tries to create hyper realistic sculptures that come into the physical world from computer animated graphics by 3D printing.
Their sculpture should be
"the object of desire. Even if they are highly aesthetic they are just a method of trying to find the beauty in incompleteness."Pussykrew
Quite fascinating looked the kind of deformed house printed with a Stratasys Objet printer.
Not part of the art exhibition but what could also be considered as art is the 3D printed moon, printed by BigRep with their large scale 3D printer. The moon has a diameter of about 30 centimeters and was printed in one piece.
All images from the 3D printing art exhibition can be viewed in high resolution on Pinterest, Google+ and Facebook.