Vannfall provides a peek into the hidden relation between the intention of a prototyping process and the result of the mass-produced goods.
The initial master model of a water jug - hemp strings covered in plaster ─ was made by hands. Its incomplete textures were fully scanned into three-dimensional data, which is then used to make the metal tooling for the following blown glass and injection molding. All the intuitive, haptic decisions were captured from the initial material to the final glass work.
Photo credit: Nedre Foss
Work accomplished with Jin Kuramoto Studio