27th Jan 2012
Apart from the fascinating process Eyal Gever goes through to make his 3D scultpures, some of the final pieces are simply stunning. The crumpled and dented objects, in eye-candy metallic colours, are created using his own 3D computer animation software, then printed out using 3D printing technologies.
His subject matter comes from bus crashes and oil spills to tsunamis hitting skyscrapers.
I'm trying to find the beauty in catastrophe.
I think he's succeeded with that goal. Read the interview at the BBC.