On the 4th of july at the Museon in Den Haag a very special artwork was revealed. Artist Peter Smith from KLEAN asked us if we could print the giant frame of the National Geographic logo. Peter was asked to make this artwork completely made with recycled plastic. The dolphin has been handfitted with shredded bottlecaps. We’ve printed the frame in parts and afterwards melted everything together creating this 3m high structure. It’s been a lot of work but we’re really proud to have contributed to this amazing piece of art!
Mooie Bende (A Beautiful Mess)
Together with the Beach Design vanPlestik has organized ‘de Mooie Bende’( a Beautiful Mess). A series of workshops for both kids and adults.
Together with the participants from the Wildemanbuurt in Amsterdam-West we’ve been inventing, designing and creating something new for the neighbourhood. The participants have learned a lot about recycling, 3Dprinting and designing.
I give this workshop a fat 10Lonneke
The resulting objects will 3Dprinted by us and be presented during a festival in the Wildemanbuurt in February.
@theBeach, @Amsterdammers, maak je stad!