Taliban Hands by Joseph DeLappe
Sculpture based on 3D data from the Game ‘Medal Of Honor’, employing the hands of a Taliban fighter from the game. Note, the top image is a 3D printed version made this year, below are two hand made versions created for an exhibition last year.
The hands of a Taliban fighter, as depicted in the controversial Medal of Honor (Electronic Arts) shooter game. These sculptures were created through a complex process of 3D data extraction from the game for physical construction adapting Pepakura Designer for use with white corrugated plastic. These pieces were created while on residency in China in 2011 for a show at the Where Where Exhibition Space, Beijing.
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I’m a graphic designer focusing on branding and packaging. When I’m not working on projects you may find me bowling, growing hot peppers, playing the blues, or yelling at the television during English soccer matches. (Come On You Spurs!)
I served honorably and traveled the world as a photographer/designer in the US NAVY from 2001-2005. I take great pride in my work and just finished an internship at Chen Design Associates in San Francisco, California. I moved back to Nashville and am working happily at iostudio.