This is an Entoform. For more information see: http://www.entoforms.com/0038-1353/
These are great and all, but wouldn't it make more sense to submit them as a set, instead of individually?
Also, I notice you're selling these. Aren't you worried that someone'll make their own on Shapeways or something?
Anyway, they're cool. Thanks for sharing!
Hi, thanks for the compliment
I absolutely believe in creative commons. There is however a huge diference between a print you make yourself and a fine art piece mounted and signed by the artist.
I totally agree. :) If I may ask, how did you create these? With a script-based tool? I'm working on an evolutionary critter designer and I'm curious if you took a similar approach.
Hjmediastudios: See the website: <a href="http://www.entoforms.com" rel="nofollow">http://www.entoforms.com</a>.
Yes it's all python. We're also talking about this sort of thing in the "Blender knowledge base" on facebook. And Shige Maeda is doing something inspired by the Entoforms as well: His stuff can be found on <a href="http://generativemodelingproject.blogspot.com/" rel="nofollow">this blog</a>.