SMK – National Gallery of Denmark was founded in 1849 when the Danish royal collections became property of the people. Today we at SMK want to contribute to building a more creative and reflective society that values its history and cherishes difference.
SMK² presents: Digital Casts
SMK has made 3D scans of seven sculptures in The Royal Cast Collection: Six masterpieces from western art history and one lesser known buste.
The 3D models carry a Public Domain license and can be downloaded, repurposed, remixed and printed by anyone. If you produce new work with one of the modesl and want to share it with us, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
To read more about the 3D scans of casts in The Royal Cast Collection and download all the high ress 3D models go to: www.smk.dk/3d
The project Digital Casts is a part of SMK². SMK² is a series of experiments where the SMK co-operates with artists, writers and other professions. Together, we engage with the Museum’s collection in new ways in order to bring you surprising and alternative experiences with art.
Digital Casts is supported by Bikubenfonden
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Design Programs: Blender, Photoshop
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