3D PRINTING DESIGN CONTEST
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As part of a campaign to widely appeal excitement of digital fabrication through creation of limitlessly expanding 3D printers, “3D Printing Design Contest” is an international contest for all creators around the globe. Thank you very much for many entries!

Result

Genghis 3D Style Writing
Genghis 3D Style Writing
Benjamin Cann
Benjamin Cann
Genghis in Rinkak
Benjamin Cann aka Genghis is a French Mechanical Engineer and self-taught Designer based in Germany. He is the founder and director of Eugenio 3D. The company deals with 3D Engineering and Design Solutions, starting in September 2014.
Benjamin Cann
Benjamin Cann aka Genghis is a French Mechanical Engineer and self-taught Designer based in Germany. He is the founder and director of Eugenio 3D. The company deals with 3D Engineering and Design Solutions, starting in September 2014.
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Juries' comments
Very aggressive. We were surprised at dynamic expansion of graffiti art into 3D space and executing to a tangible product. It is definitely a masterpiece of art that embodies the possibilities of 3D printing.
Wavelet.B bracelet
Wavelet.B bracelet
Igor Knezevic
Igor Knezevic
Alienology in Rinkak
Based in LA, he focuses on digital design and making processes as well as on film concept design creating content for enterprises such as MTV Europe, Universal, Paramount, etc.. In 2009 he became founder and creative director of Alienology - a product design company, focusing on lighting and jewelry objects.
Igor Knezevic
Based in LA, he focuses on digital design and making processes as well as on film concept design creating content for enterprises such as MTV Europe, Universal, Paramount, etc.. In 2009 he became founder and creative director of Alienology - a product design company, focusing on lighting and jewelry objects.
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Juries' comments
Instantaneous 3D printing have good chemistry with fashion. In the judgment round, we actually wore it and was truly beautiful. The presentation images were also impressive as there was compelling story.

Stratasys Award

dodecahedrons
dodecahedrons
Hiroaki Suzuki
Hiroaki Suzuki
hrak02 in Rinkak
Born in 1989. After graduating Department of Industrial Art of Tokyo Metropolitan University in 2012, joined architectural material and household equipment manufacturer. Left the company in March 2015 and is now looking for a position of interior design and engineering.
Hiroaki Suzuki
Born in 1989. After graduating Department of Industrial Art of Tokyo Metropolitan University in 2012, joined architectural material and household equipment manufacturer. Left the company in March 2015 and is now looking for a position of interior design and engineering.
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Juries' comments
By looking at the actual print-out, the shade and shadow is projected beautifully. It is beautiful when displayed even without flowers, and evokes other application.

Jury Award

Yoshii Award
[Juries' comments]
As there were many solid and serious designs, this product has both characteristic and practical utililty, and catchy humor. I would like to hang it at my front entrance.
Matt Award
[Juries' comments]
A very nice work with round beautiful form, and also fits very well in my hand.
Shimamura Award
[Juries' comments]
I was impressed with organic feeling of the product though it is composed of only a single line. It has simple and cute appearance, and goes very well with ears. The utility as accessories is well thought and is very glorious.
Shigemura Award
[Juries' comments]
Although it is not a shape that only 3D printing can manufacture, the design is highly practical. It is beautifully designed for both art object and practical tableware, and may also be used in numerous ways if it comes in variable size. As the title shows, it is furthermore beautiful when multi-connected.

Juries
(*Alphabetical order)

Hiroshi Yoshii / 吉井 宏氏
Character Designer
 
Hiroshi Yoshii
Mainly works on illustration of character design. Started character creation applying 3DCG from 2003. Also engaged in small-lot production on resin figurines and big FRP art works. Main projects are “NTT Hitsuji no Shitsuji-kun (NTT docomo i-concierge)”, “Yansu! Gansu! (MEAT OR DIE)” and “NEXCO East Japan, Highway Kids”, etc.
 
Matt Webb
BERG CEO
 
Matt Webb
Matt Webb is particularly interested in web-connected products and how to make them. He was CEO and co-founder of Berg, the UK design firm which has recently gone into hibernation. Berg created Little Printer, one of the world's first consumer Internet of Things devices. Named by Fast Company as one of the world's 50 most innovative companies, the studio also has its work in the New York Museum of Modern Art. Since Berg, Matt focuses on supporting startups, especially in London's hardware ecosystem. Matt has spoken at events in Sydney, Osaka, and Miami on our coming connected world, and co-authored Mind Hacks way back in 2004. He lives in London, and can be found at interconnected.org.
 
Takumi Shimamura / 島村 卓実氏
Product Designer
 
Takumi Shimamura
Graduated from Tokyo Zokei University, Shimamura worked for SUBARU and Tug International Co., Ltd.. He founded Qurz Inc. and offers comprehensive services, from planning and designing to sales, for a variety of industrial products: vehicles (cars, buses, etc.), spatial designs (small-scale houses, interior, etc.), furniture and more. In 2003, Shimamura started a volunteer project and produced a series of monacca, a three-dimensional figure products using thinned cedar lumber. This series of products are available at MoMA and has made a great success in the global market as he actively joins international exhibitions. His products have received Good Design Awards many times. Currently, Shimamura is promoting his paper product brand cuiora, monacca and small space gardening products comore.
 
Tamaho Shigemura / 重村 珠穂氏
Architect,
Wind Environment Designer
 
Tamaho Shigemura
Architect / Wind environment designer at Algorithm Design Lab. Inc. Born in Tokyo, grew up in South Korea and the U.S.. After studying and working at Keio University, Obayashi Corp., MIT, Maki and Associates and Harvard University, founded Algorithm Design Lab. Inc.. Applying Rhinoceros, engages in developing simulation, data, know-how, and programming, etc.. Also undertakes collaboration and consulting activities.
 

Terms and Conditions of “3D PRINTING DESIGN CONTEST”

  1. By submitting this contest, you are representing that you agree to the Contest Rules and Rinkak’s Terms & Conditions. This also represents that you have authorization to upload and use submitting 3D model and own all copyrights for it.
  2. As per Rinkak standard terms and conditions, winners hold all intellectual property. Winners and winning submissions may be asked to take part in any publicity resulting from this competition.
  3. All submissions will be documented and may be used for promotional purposes in their digital or physical form by Rinkak and Kabuku Inc..
  4. Submissions may have been made public before or concurrent to this contest.
  5. No purchase necessary.
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  7. The contest is opened to anyone except for Rinkak or Kabuku Inc. employees or their families.
    (Corporations, organizations, individuals, and group are all welcome, regardless of age, sex, professional background, or nationality.)
  8. No correspondence will be accepted in case of dispute—the juries decision is final.
  9. The contest runs from 12:00 JST on November 18th, 2014 and ends 19:00 JST on February 2nd, 2015. The winners will be contacted by middle March, 2015.
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