David sculpture at Lincoln Center: ‘The most amazing thing I’ve ever seen’
When it comes to sculptures, David’s most recent piece at the Lincoln Center is among the most amazing.
It’s a simple, three-dimensional piece of sculpture called “The World’s First 3D Printed Paper” that features a tiny cube of paper floating above a globe of paper.
The cube is then cut into three pieces and each piece has its own letter in it.
This letter then comes together to form the word “HELP,” a reference to the iconic “H” from the movie “The Help.”
The piece was designed by David and created by two students at New York’s School of Visual Arts.
It has been described as an “inspirational piece” by Smithsonian Magazine.