What do you do when you’re not designing?
I am a professional entertainer so I spend a lot of time performing and consulting for other entertainers and TV shows. I read a lot of Dharma related philosophy books and meditate. I am also a published photographer and have my work in a few galleries, so I am often taking pictures as well.
Where do you do your best thinking?
What’s next on the design docket?
More jewelry designs and I’d really love to do some large sculptures as well.
Who are your favorite designers or artists?
Luigi Colani, Donald Roller Wilson, Ron Mueck, Hieronymus Bosch, Mark Ryden, Shag, Yves Tanguy, and the list goes on and on.
If you weren’t limited by current technologies, what would you want to make using 3D printing?
Vehicles, machines, houses, furniture, housewares, and costumes
Tech you couldn’t live without: I think “couldn’t live without” is too strong, but would rather not live without computers, internet, and my smart phone.
Favorite material? Silver
Favorite font? Bachelor Pad JL
Most prized object? I like a lot of objects, but I don’t really prizeany one in particular. (if you mean of the ones I have made on SW,
then the Heart Shaped Rib-Cage is my favorite one so far)
Morning person / night owl? Total night owl.
Thanks again to Lincoln for taking the time to answer our questions and letting us know a little more about the man behind the designs. Meet him and other LA Shapeways peeps in the flesh at the first LA Shapeways 3D printing meetup this Friday, March 3rd.