Properties & Qualities
Textured / tactile
Date of Creation
March 01, 2011
Process & Production
The circle of glass was cut, (in some samples multiple layers of different colours were used). The pattern, inspired by childhood rainy days drawing with spirograph, was drawn on CAD and the vector file transferred into CNC code to determine the path of the waterjet. The traverse speed of the waterjet was adjusted to create the desired depth of engraved line. The glass was then cleaned and kiln-formed to create the bowl shape.
Simon Bruntnell / Adam Shailer
Other materials from this practitioner
Can be used to create sun-burst-like translucent wood objects.
Relief composition #4
Experimenting with surface and texture
Laser Raster Wood ‘Steps’
Laser Rastered Birch 4mm Plywood Created utilising a Geometric Design on a Laser Cutter
Designed with characteristic of Greek History in mind.
Laser Raster Wood ‘Flow’
Laser Rastered Birch 4mm Plywood
3D printing with biocompatible resin
Paint application on glass
Paper weave sample #4
Experimenting with colours and patterns
Spinning, Textile Manipulation
Offcuts were used to create new textile materials for interior applications.