Satu-Minna Suorajärvi

Digital sculpture blog Sculptor working with digital fabrication using 3D modeling, laser cutting and 3D printing.


Browsing Archive: July, 2017

Digital photos from 3d scanned interiors

Posted by satu-minna suorajärvi on Wednesday, July 12, 2017,

I have been 3d scanning an old house where I have been visiting during last 20 summers. The house is about 100 years old and has been saved from extensive reparations. T
he world around is changing rapidly and I have worries for the future of  this bourgeois save haven and the epoch it represents.

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Some lasercutting at Aalto Fablab

Posted by satu-minna suorajärvi on Monday, July 10, 2017,

I have started lasercutting project, small version for my Wave-sculpture is ready now.
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Parkour-sculptures ready for installation

Posted by satu-minna suorajärvi on Monday, July 10, 2017,

My Parkour-sculptures 001 to 007 are now ready for installation to Vuores Tampere. Sculptures are 3d modeled from human figures. I tried to capture enjoyment of physical activity to my forms. I myself spend too much time indoors with computers etc. I 3d printed my Parkour models to PLA by my own Leapfrog printer. 3d printed sculptures were cast to aluminium by lost PLA method. Direct aluminium 3d printing is still quite expensive. Maybe next time...
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About Me

Satu-Minna Suorajärvi is sculptor and 3D designer from Helsinki, Finland. She is combining digital art with old traditions of sculpture bravely renewing them.