The Art Of Globe Making Is Still Alive And You Want To Watch How It's Done (Video)
Sep 06, 2013 09:32
See a globe lately? Who makes these things still? One studio in London still does. And they've got one heck of a fascinating process.
Bellerby and Co. Globemakers have created globes for such clients as Martin Scorsese, and they've even exhibited their creations withe the Royal Geographical Society. So they're not just people passing their time making globes. They're professionals. Artists!
Peter Bellerby, describes the design challenges that goes into making spherical objects and explains that it took him over a year to perfect the method of placing strips of paper onto the globe's surface. It's a super art project. [Vimeo via Vultured]
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