“I tell the students I love it when they have to stand on a chair to reach their project,” says Fine Arts Prof. Barry Sigel about the Accessory Design students who take his 3-D Design course. For their final assignment, students had to make geometrical figures out of everyday objects.
“This is a really inventive project because Sue cut up two identical cups making them into one bigger cup,” says Sigel.
But wide works too. “Caitlin’s looks like something out of nature,” says Sigel about a construction made from barbecue skewers. “She brought it in on the bus leery that she might stick someone. She had a big coat over it.”
Brie –”as in the cheese” she likes to say–got into every project.
This wall of translucent cups had a wonderful optical illusion to it.
Natali’s caffeinated project was made out of coffee filters.
- Sonam Sheth
The change to a different blue gives Sonam’s tower of cups a unique feeling.
Kim started out using straws, but came up with this interesting construction using insulation sleeves.
“This project appears both flat and 3-dimensional at the same time. The photo also shows how useful it could be as a head rest,” says Sigel
Photos by: Barry Sigel