Inspired by the simple form of infinity, the Dfinity logo constantly turns back to the great beginning, much like a snake that never stops devouring its tail. How can this simple illustration, in which everything that evolves from 0 to 1 grows back to zero, transform into an unlimited lip and a seat in a three-dimensional plane? Here is the Dfinity Lips Sofa, ready to be used in the metaverse habitat with the sexiness of simplicity and the soft colors of Dfinity.detaıls
Religious Robotics aesthetics are used to refashion the famous Motoko ghost creature. The ghost's body's contour was highlighted with clean chrome materiality, and the ghost's entire body was stripped to generate a minimized variation of the well-known silhouette.the recognizable image.
Popular Motoko ghost figures are given a redesign in the style of Religious Robotics. The colors were chosen to emphasize the ghost's body outline while abstracting the entire volume, resulting in a considerably simpler rendition of the recognizable image.
The architecture + design firm Digital Forgery Workshop, established in Milan in November 2021 by decentralize*, serves throughout the metaverse.
Metaverse/crypto and architectural themes are brought together to create a new language for a new self. DFW is one of the earliest metaverse design practices to re-think the boundaries and parameters of the design in a habitat where the rules and restrictions are more flexible than traditional design utilities and operations. Religious Robotics' aesthetic is reflected in the 3D structures, which are only supposed to be used in metaverse environments and portray a decentralized design vision primarily based on lack of gravity, contours as volume perception, and the usage of chrome.
Small sculptures to city planning samples by DFW are all forms of virtual items that are supposed to be employed in digital ecosystems through smart contract ownership.We excel in the business of human potential, and believe in its power to shape strategic, organizational, economic, and societal change.
DFW airdrops nine exclusive designs exclusively for cryptoText hodlers to celebrate their partnership with Flyers Labs and become an integral part of the ICP family. The collection of 9 3D pieces of furniture and sculptures with limited supplies each has the ambition to re-examine the existing market approach in the sense of products under the umbrella of the ICP community's core values while bringing architectural elements to the ecosystem.
As shown in the virtual gallery created just for this impending drop, any designs are perfectly suitable for implementation in on-chain habitats.
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