The model represents a word 'eternity' (AETERNITAS) in Ancient Latin language. It was created with application of font, designed by Anna Nazo as part of her major project of her masters in Communication design at Central Saint Martins: how can typography be represented in an alter-modernity context (Roman alphabet for Latin language project). In the project she worked with metaphorical representation of extinct language. She transcoded the medium of its initial visualisation (Roman capitals in the inscription on the base of the Trajan’s Column monument) in contemporary context; with application of contemporary technology to its production. Copyright Anna Nazo 2014.
This work was created using 3D studio Max 2010, Adobe Soundbooth CS5, Z Brush, professional software for preparing the 3D models and was printed on aProJet 660 Pro 3D printer.
Article about the piece.
Nomination at London 3D Print Show 2014.
Anna Nazo website.