Rolls Royce

I was tasked with producing six life-size busts of famous people to accompany the Festival of Speed at Goodwood in the summer of 2017. The event unveiled the new Rolls Royce sports model, the Wraith Black Badge. The portraits represented rule-breaking figures who captured the public's imagination with their daring; Steve McQueen, Muhammad Ali, John Lennon, Sir Malcolm Campbell, Charles Royce and Henry Rolls were digitally sculpted and then 3D printed. Helix 3D provided the black spray-painting to complete the production.

Client: Rolls Royce
Agency: Energy (Brand Experience Agency)
Exhibition Design and Production: Helix3D

Daniel Lismore

Daniel Lismore is a London-based artist. He studied photography before becoming a model and has been shot by some of the world's most famous photographers including Mario Testino, David LaChapelle and Ellen von Unwerth. He is known for living his life as an artwork wearing elaborate and extravagant ensembles that brilliantly combine haute couture with his own creations. Lismore has been named by Vogue as England's most eccentric dresser. I was asked to help him create two alien-type busts for an exhibition at Venice Biennale 2017. We scanned his head using photogrammetry and then adapted the 3D file to include alien features and an exposed spine.

Client: Daniel Lismore

The Forgotten Faces of WW1

Ellie Grigsby, an MA student of History at Goldsmith's College has crowdfunded a memorial to commemorate the many soldiers of the Great War who came home with facial disfigurement. My bronze portrait company London Foundry is proud to produce this permanent bronze dedication for Ellie. She chose her brother Joe to be the model and, at 26 years old, he is so typical of the kind of young man who would have sacrificed so much for their country over 100 years ago.
Permission has been granted for installation in the entrance to the historic Queen Mary's Hospital in Sidcup where it will been seen by many thousands of visitors. The life-size bronze is completed by a genuine helmet kindly donated from the Somme 1916 Museum.

Client: Ellie Grigsby

Model Males Pop Up Shop

The dating site Match hosted a pop up shop in Marylebone with several male models available in an eight inch form for female customers to grab and take home. This was intended to encourage women to make the first move in dating. The event garnered some good publicity with articles in PR Week, Campaign and 3D Printing Industry.
I was managing the 3D print comany Mini You at the time, and was responsible for scanning and printing six different models. We printed editions of over one hundred high-quality figures in full colour gypsum at the prestigious Digits 2 Widgets bureau in Camden, London.

Client: Brands2life


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