Author Archives: pjbaldes

Diving Board, Luke Harman


The highest diving board at my childhood swimming pool modeled from memory. After revisiting the pool in my adulthood the diving board no longer seemed as insurmountable as it had before I gained the courage to climb up and jump. The board now sits atop the Sears (Willis) Tower. Cannonball!

Tim Lamb’s Huge Camera

One Way Mirror Maze, Jessica Perotti

REFERENCE Art Gallery


3D Model for REFERENCE, an art gallery and music venue located in downtown Richmond, VA. We encourage artists to download this model and use it to propose exhibitions for our space. More information can be found on our website at

http://www.referenceartgallery.com

U.S.S. Walt XII, Robert Baxter


Local news station has reported that this may be the secret location of Walt Disney’s cryogenic-ally frozen head. Although just a possible rumor.

Elevated Whale Road, Zach Black

Whales take flight to escape temptations of human flesh.

Learning Forms, Michael Smith


Positioned above the blacktop of Mary Munford Elementary School, these three color-coded forms hover to allow users all possible viewing angles. Using the same four colors on each form, comparisons may be made by the viewer to further understand the form in (virtual) space. Without the coded surface information in the way of color and/or segmentation, the ability to understand these virtual objects is lost. The landmark represents primary exploration and learning about reality in the context of, but not within, the structure of the primary school – the concepts are taught inside of the building, but are tried and tested in the world outside.

stephanie syjuco

stephanie syjuco has created a series of sculptures based on anonymously submitted sketchup models
http://www.stephaniesyjuco.com/p_unsolicited_fabs.html

Chiara Passa, speaking at the wall sculpture

Jessica Langley’s amazing Catopia