Archives for the month of: September, 2013


Identity Parade by London designer Adam Nathaniel Furman is a series of ceramic objects created by a 3D printer, and painted in various ways such as 3D printing laser-sintered nylon in bright colours, 3D-printing ceramics and spray painting.


Created by Ben Barrett-Forrest, using 291 paper letters, 2,454 photographs, and 140 hours of work.



Project Morrinho (in Portuguese “Projeto Morrinho“) a social and cultural project based on local neighborhoods of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Morrinho, which was started by local youth in 1998, is a 320m2 model of the city constructed from bricks and other recycled materials. Beginning as a simple childhood game to escape from the realities of violence and corruption that surrounded the teens and their community.

For more information and photos can be found on the Project Morrinho website