Layered 3D Sculpture Came To Life Using Customized Facebook 3D Photo – Design You Trust

Layered 3D Sculpture Came To Life Using Customized Facebook 3D Photo

According to Patrick Cabral: “I recently finished 3 sculptures for Starbucks Philippines. The actual sculpture is made of MDF. Each animal represents the region where Starbucks get their beans.

I decided to recreate it in 3D and created a customized depth map so I can create a Facebook 3D photo. My goal is to provide people with a new way to experience my work when they are not able to see it in person.

I am also trying to see how far can a 3D photo go. Each photo is consist of the actual photo and a customized depth map to create the 3D effect.”

More: Patrick Cabral, Facebook h/t: boredpanda

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