Its been a hell of a week with 3D Print Show week here in New York! Scan-A-Rama was received with great accolades at the Inside 3D Printing 3D Print Design Show but we’re not stopping here. Nope, We’re packing up and heading off to Westport Connecticut Next Saturday for the Westport Makerfaire! Look for yours […]Read More Westport Mini Makerfaire- NEXT SATURDAY!
These just arrived in time for Tomorrow’s Makerfaire at the Newark Museum… Slick, huh?Read More New Scan-A-Rama Marketing Banners
Has Hollywood completely run out of ideas? Seeing today’s new Mad Max Trailer made me excited, yet I’m ready for some original ideas instead of constant rehashing so I’ve decided to start occasionally posting some concepts for books, products, TV Shows or Films that I have. Today I am pleased to present a concept for a […]Read More Fredini’s IdeaLab: “Raging” A movie about mid 1800’s Firemen
I wrote recently about being selected for a Creative Glass Center of America Fellowship, but thought it was about time to show off some experimental castings I made there last fall that helped get me the fellowship. Last Summer I blogged a first test of this process, but this Fall I was able to do […]Read More A Process for Glass Casting from 3D Printed Positives
Raymond Adams (http://www.raymondadams.net/) is a photographer friend who I met out in Coney Island. He’s been shooting in the neighborhood for while now and was a Kickstarter backer of Coney Island Scan-A-Rama. He recently came out to meet me in Coney and shot some nice portraits of me in the installation of Luna Park at the […]Read More New Luna Park Photos By Raymond Adams
I posted this piece the other day but made a lot of progress on it since so I’m posting an update. Inspired By Dreamland’s Creation as we other religious art historical works, this piece is sculpted on 3D scans and will be chopped into blocks, 3D printed and cast in glass during this year’s residency at Wheaton Arts’ […]Read More A Work in Progress
I’m pleased to announce that I have been selected as a 2015 Fellowship recipient at Wheaton Arts’ Creative Glass Center of America to pursue a body of work based on techniques I have been developing to cast glass from 3D printed positives. I plan to use the fellowship pursue works on themes of Heaven and Hell. These […]Read More Announcing The Great Fredini as a Recipient of Creative Glass Center of America’s 2015 Artist Fellowship!
Its not just a Beatles song… the Helter Skelter was a slide ride at Thompson & Dundy’s Luna Park in Coney Island from about 1907-1915. Its the next part of the model I will be 3D printing to tie together the two pieces of boardwalk I have already completed. I’m starting to grapple with how […]Read More The Helter Skelter
It seems like I’ve been working on this for an eternity… I have finally installed the new tower in the Coney Island Museum! Yesterday I sanded it and glued on the remaining bits of moulding. The light was failing as a snapped off some pictures but I’m pleased.Read More Thompson & Dundy’s Luna Park Rises Again!