HR Giger glasses 17/169, signed and numbered Edition 169 copy, made by Robert Christoph
HR Giger, a good friend of Robert Christoph, wanted the glasses to be produced by me. Now you can buy them
Interest: If yes, then the Giger Punk glasses are perfect for you! These glasses are manufactured using the laser sintering process. With these glasses you will certainly stand out and make your friends and acquaintances happy!
The Giger Punk glasses are not only a real eye-catcher, but also a collector's item. These glasses will enhance your art collection.
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* The glasses are manufactured using the laser sintering process.
* The glasses ramen is made of indestructible polymer,
* Lenses are made of acrylic
* The lenses are replaceable.
* 3 acrylics in red, yellow and brown are supplied with each pair of glasses.
* The Giger Punk glasses are not recommended as sunglasses.
* The Giger punk glasses are a collector's item
The glasses are manufactured using the laser sintering process.
Laser sintering is a generative layer construction process: the workpiece is built up layer by layer. Thanks to the effect of the laser beams, any three-dimensional geometries can be created, even with undercuts, e.g. B. Workpieces that cannot be manufactured using conventional, mechanical or casting technology.
Because of the high level of mechanical effort and, in particular, the process times that depend on the volume generated (which can be in the range of hours, or even days for large parts with high accuracy requirements), the processes are used particularly for producing prototypes and small quantities of complicated parts.
The Museum HR Giger celebrated its 10th anniversary on June 21, 2008, on that day Hansruedi told me it would be good if you made our glasses in small numbers.
Producing the eyewear industriel is very difficult and expensive,
too many undercuts, but the production forms, inventions and constructs about 100,000.- or more.
I then managed by hand pouring 2 Illuminatus glasses to pour into plastic.
But the mold did not survive the brozetur.
Hansruedi, short HR, Giger was born on February 5, 1940 in Chur. From 1962 he studied architecture and industrial design at the University of Applied Arts in Zurich. The Swiss artist became known worldwide with his "Alien" designs for the eponymous film by Ridley Scott. In 1980 he got the Oscar for visual effects.
In the film sector, he succeeded in addition to the "alien" trilogy about also with his character to "species". Record covers by Giger have been awarded several times, including those for Debbie Harry ("Koo Koo") and Emerson, Lake and Palmer ("Brain Salad Surgery").