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Designers Create Real-Life 3D Sculpture Of Windows Solitaire Screen

Designers Create Real-Life 3D Sculpture Of Windows Solitaire Screen
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Two Norwegian designers transformed the win screen of Windows Solitaire into a 1,000-card 3D sculpture.

Kyana Gordon
  • 26 august 2011

The experimental design duo, Skrekkøgle (consisting of Lars Marcus Vedeler and Theo Tveterås) from Oslo, Norway have re-imagined Windows Solitaire into a 3D sculpture. Featuring a real-life version of the memorable ‘win’ screen, where a graphic animation of cards cascade from the screen like a waterfull, the piece spans 4.9 x 2.3 x 1.3 feet (150 x 70 x 40 cm). The process to create the sculpture entailed constructing over 1,000 3D playing cards made from black foam and paper which were then cut, taped and assembled to appear as though they were leaping out of the screen.

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