Bespoke reports on a recent art installation featured at the Mexican Festival of Light celebrations in Guadalajara. This innovative installation was 3D printed by Moti Digital, a Mexico-based print service provider.
Moti Digital used a Massivit 1800 3D printer to get the job done. The Mexican Festival of Light “explores how light and art work in perfect harmony and encapsulates the culture of Guadalajara.” In order to do the celebration justice, the team at Moti Digital wished “to create a model that would ‘wow’ visitors at the event and demonstrate the impressive capabilities of large format 3D printing technology.”
“Measuring at 8.40m (27.52 ft) long and 3.60m (11.8ft) tall, the breathtaking skeleton was produced in just four days. The painted skeleton was positioned inside the Plaza Tapatia fountain pool and illuminated at night, where thousands of festival-goers were able to sit in its arms. The experience generated huge amounts of conversation and photos that featured prominently across social media platforms.”
In the months to come, this amiable 3D printed giant skeleton will also feature “at this year’s Festival del Dia de los Muertos, taking place throughout Mexico from the 31st of October.”
Image and Quotes Courtesy of Moti Digital and Bespoke