Face Cloning for WIRED Magazine by Thomas James

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“For a WIRED magazine article about something called ‘face cloning’, which involves enhancing the realism of animatronic characters by combining motion capture technology with 3D printing. I was encouraged to take a unique approach to the term ‘face cloning’ itself, rather than the definition, and I really liked the idea of playing off the familiar imagery of sheep cloning, with a cloned human face showing up in the folds of the wool.” – Thomas James

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Author:Steve Simpson

Based in Ireland, Steve Simpson is a freelance illustrator/designer working in the areas packaging design, illustration and art for children’s books. Steve recently had a solo show at the Copper House Gallery in Dublin and has regularly had work exhibited in London, LA & New York. He was also a main stage speaker at the 2012 OFFSET creative conference in the Grand Canal Theatre, Dublin. Steve has won numerous international awards for both his packaging design and illustration inc. gold at the AOI’s images awards. You can see his portfolio at SteveSimpson.com.

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