3D Printers Create Undulating Landscape of Gabriel García Márquez Musings
Think Big Factory brings the Colombian master's magical realism 'off the page' as only he could
Gabriel García Márquez is considered one of the forefathers of modern Latin American literature, and it doesn't hurt that his works are extremely popular in English, too. Since his death roughly a year ago, tributes to the author of One Hundred Years of Solitude have come in all shapes and sizes, and the latest is from Spain-based creative group Think Big Factory and creative agency Barrabes Meaning.
Choosing a particular motif to trace through his work—in this case, the ocean—they set up an intricate multimedia installation involving 10,000 words 3D printed in real time.