Sahand Hesamiyan’s 3D Printed “Pardis” Sculpture

GoPrint3D recently lent a Zortrax M300 3D Printer to the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, near Wakefield, to assist in a project bringing artists from the Middle East and North Africa together, so that they could showcase their work.

The Beyond Boundaries: Art by Email project, a collaboration between YSP and ArtRole, saw 16 artists from the Middle East and North Africa submit their artwork to Yorkshire Sculpture Park. These included an abstract piece by artist Sahand Hesamiyan, who lives in Iran. The piece, which is called “Pardis”, takes inspiration from mysticism and Islamic geometry.

Zortrax M300 Pardis

Here’s the sculpture in all its glory:

Sahand Hesamiyan Pardis

Sahand sent instructions to Yorkshire Sculpture Park to bring his sculpture to life. GoPrint3D assisted Yorkshire Sculpture Park in setting up the Zortrax M300 3D printer, to ensure that the sculpture was printed true-to-form. “Pardis” will be on show at YSP’s exhibition until the 5th March 2017. We thoroughly recommend heading down there if you are interested in art and 3D printing. Here’s the address, in case you aren’t local to it:

Yorkshire Sculpture Park,
West Bretton,
WF4 4LG,
Sat-nav postcode: WF4 4JX.

We are happy and proud to have been a part of this project. You can find out more about it at the video below: