Dutch sculpturist Eric van Straaten makes 'realistic' 3D sculptures. His creative process involves a 3D printer that produces the objects of his complex computer creations. More
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Born in 1971 in Jerusalem (Israel). Studied at Bezalel Academy: School of Art and Design in Jerusalem (1999-2001). Moved to the Netherlands where he graduated in the Gerrit Rietveld in Amsterdam in 2002 (BA in industrial/product design).
After graduating he formed his studio in Amsterdam named “JellyLab”, a design studio and collaboration platform in Amsterdam. In 2005 the studio moved to Paris until now. His work stretches from space to objects (and everything in between) and in various methods, from classic craft work through cutting edge technologies. The works of Dan can be found in various collections around the world such as the New Design Museum in Chicago, the Museum of Art's "Visual Delight" in Philadelphia; the Modam Museum in Luxembourg, FNAC Foundation in Paris and the V&A in London and in various Galleries such as S.Bensimon in Paris, Moss in NY and DOX in Prague.
Elleke van Gorsel is the artist behind Studio-ePosh. Elleke van Gorsel studied at the Teacher Training Academy of Art in Amersfoort and at Sint Joost Academy of Fine Art in Breda. Her work has been collected in the principal collection of Rabobank, Michail Gorbatsjov’s private collection and has been on exhibition in various galleries, museums and other locations in the Netherlands, Belgium, Hungary and France.
After working for years in wax and resin, since 2010 Eric van Straaten has been working extensively on digital sculptures which are then 'materialized' with the 3D printing technique.