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Budmen Industries, a Philadelphia-based industrial design studio, is hoping to make the world seem a little bit less divided with its enlightening 3D printed immersive lamp installation. Lyrically named “All of the Lights,” the installation consists of 100 unique 3D printed pendant lights which are lit and hung in a dark space.
The project is the creative brainchild of Isaac Budmen and Stephanie Keefe, the co-founders of “post-digital workshop” Budmen Industries. According to the duo, they were inspired to create All of the Lights in an attempt to bring some cohesion and light to our current and crazy world.
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“We live in a world where battle lines are being drawn: Nationalist vs. Immigrant, Conservative vs. Liberal, 1% vs 99%, etc.,” they write. “All of these ideological fights represent something bigger—a society stuck in a groupthink mentality where the unique thought and complexity of the individual is lost in the fray. Throughout history, humanity’s darkest hours have been defined by ‘us vs them.’”
All of the Lights, then, is aimed at celebrating individuality by (quite literally) highlighting the uniqueness of each 3D printed lamp, while simultaneously showing the magic that can happen when all these lights are brought together.
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As the artists elaborate: “All of the Lights represents a bright future where individuality is celebrated and reflected in environments that are as unique and complex as we are.”
From a production perspective, All of the Lights also seeks to combine new digital fabrication technologies—such as 3D printing—with more traditional art forms, like sculpture....
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