Exhibition 3D of printing chocolate sculptures (+ video)
It not simply chocolate, it still art. For start of the last version of the Android 4.4 Google operating system incorporated to Nestle, the producer of chocolates of KitKat to organize an exhibition 3D of printing chocolate sculptures. Nestle employed 10 most professional designers from South Africa to make the sculptures made completely of chocolate – 3D printing chocolate.
All designs were made with the help the Android operating system and free online of tools for 3D modeling. For production of works of art 3D the printer in RepRap style from Hans Fush was altered to print from chocolate. Thus, there was a possibility to create the detailed three-dimensional sculptures.
Fouche Chocolates is the company from Tsenturion, South Africa which is engaged in creation 3D printing chocolate and ornaments for a pie, she participated in development of the heads from Easter Island, made of the most tasty chocolate.
The heads from Easter Island from Hans Fushe/foto: KitKat
Process 3D the press of these sculptures was inexpressibly difficult, speaks to Fusha. To avoid a collapse in process 3D the press, it was necessary to print some layers to a descent, and later to stick together sculptures manually. It was necessary to face various restrictions proceeding from belief of difficulty, the size, weight and a form. And finally? See Chocnology exhibition copies below, all sculptures completely 3D are written from chocolate.
Chocobot 3000 from a Joey Hi-Fi / photo: Hans Fush
Munching Android from Liron Segeva/foto: KitKat
Maslou’s reconstruction from an Orijin / photo: KitKat
The thinker from Edriyen Devansa/foto: Hans Fush
Death from a chocolate / photo: Kitkat
The festive newcomer from Arnauld Kryugera/foto: KitKat
Aggressive cat from Am I of a Collective / photo: Hans Fush
Freedom sounds from an Orijin/photo: Hans Fush
Photo: Hans Fush