Smartframe – exhibition for 3D printed reproductions

How does a Van Gogh feel?
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

Touch a Van Gogh? Go ahead. At least: the high-end reproduction from a 3D printer. Museum visitors can feel the structure, the dollops of paint, the canvas. While you touch it, the interactive exhibition concept SmartFrame provides information on the technique and the artist’s underlying idea. Credits: reproduction of 'Flowers in a blue vase', around June 1887, Vincent van Gogh, with thanks to the Kröller Müller Museum.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Océ Technologies
Kröller Müller Museum

People

Willemijn Elkhuizen
Researchers: Willemijn Elkhuizen, Sylvia Pont, Jo Geraedts
Students: Michiel Baay, Bart Peeters

Contact

w.s.elkhuizen [at] tudelft . nl

Touch a Van Gogh? Go ahead. At least: the high-end reproduction from a 3D printer. Museum visitors can feel the structure, the dollops of paint, the canvas. While you touch it, the interactive exhibition concept SmartFrame provides information on the technique and the artist’s underlying idea. Credits: reproduction of 'Flowers in a blue vase', around June 1887, Vincent van Gogh, with thanks to the Kröller Müller Museum.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Océ Technologies
Kröller Müller Museum

People

Willemijn Elkhuizen
Researchers: Willemijn Elkhuizen, Sylvia Pont, Jo Geraedts
Students: Michiel Baay, Bart Peeters

Contact

w.s.elkhuizen [at] tudelft . nl

Smartframe – exhibition for 3D printed reproductions

Touch a Van Gogh? Go ahead. At least: the high-end reproduction from a 3D printer. Museum visitors can feel the structure, the dollops of paint, the canvas. While you touch it, the interactive exhibition concept SmartFrame provides information on the technique and the artist’s underlying idea. Credits: reproduction of 'Flowers in a blue vase', around June 1887, Vincent van Gogh, with thanks to the Kröller Müller Museum.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Océ Technologies
Kröller Müller Museum

People

Willemijn Elkhuizen
Researchers: Willemijn Elkhuizen, Sylvia Pont, Jo Geraedts
Students: Michiel Baay, Bart Peeters

Contact

w.s.elkhuizen [at] tudelft . nl

Touch a Van Gogh? Go ahead. At least: the high-end reproduction from a 3D printer. Museum visitors can feel the structure, the dollops of paint, the canvas. While you touch it, the interactive exhibition concept SmartFrame provides information on the technique and the artist’s underlying idea. Credits: reproduction of 'Flowers in a blue vase', around June 1887, Vincent van Gogh, with thanks to the Kröller Müller Museum.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Océ Technologies
Kröller Müller Museum

People

Willemijn Elkhuizen
Researchers: Willemijn Elkhuizen, Sylvia Pont, Jo Geraedts
Students: Michiel Baay, Bart Peeters

Contact

w.s.elkhuizen [at] tudelft . nl