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9:5 - A look into the American Dream
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BlakeKT
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The American Dream is an illusion I've found timeless and fascinating. I'm revisiting this concept again soon, expanding it into a series. This sculpture is roughly 3 ft x 3.5 ft, designed in Illustrator, manufactured piece by piece through a laser cutter and assembled by hand.

http://behance.vo.llnwd.net/profiles12/772001/projects/3155954/b964ccdb98e11bdf6b205f1c8e31984d.jpg
http://behance.vo.llnwd.net/profiles12/772001/projects/3155954/1134523a120f70786d71f7c1c0b8de0a.jpg
http://behance.vo.llnwd.net/profiles12/772001/projects/3155954/7c71f281362982ecc163b987162935e4.jpg


For more information on the concept itself:

http://www.behance.net/gallery/95/3155954

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meitantei
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this is cool


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#Alo
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GREAT concept. I love the visualisation from it aswell, the typography is perfect for the piece, Job well done imho.


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ryche
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very nice concept and highly topical in the current context.. executed pretty slickly too... nice work smile

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I like how you modeled this one, good job.

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Yup I agree, very well designed, and in honesty I'd love to see something like this become functional with all the intricacies you have in the mechanical aesthetic...Of course with it just being a clock that stays still it's great, though I wonder if making it a live kinetic piece could really take it to another level of interest.

Well executed, hope to see more from you smile


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i like the material and textures of the objets

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I'd love a clock like that in my room! Really cool steampunk design smile


                                                   
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