Product designer Erik Stehmann shows his new playful designs and brainfarts. Amongst other designs is his new and alienating lighting collection: PWT, short for: Pretty Weird Things.
Oops I did it again!
"It happened again, I've lost myself in a technique. I always saw 3D printing as a technique that is only suitable for printing technical parts, not for aesthetics.
But as I started working at home more often during the first lockdown -with only a small workroom and one 3D printer- I started to get annoyed by my prejudice about this technique and I eventually became committed to disprove my own prejudice"
Pretty Weird Things is a collection of ingenious and fully 3d printed lamps. They are designed to achieve the best possible quality using the FDM 3d printing technique. Erik Stehmann has specially designed and built a printer to fabricate these shapes.
About Studio Erik Stehmann
Since that time, he has been exploring his rapidly changing interests on a daily basis. The studio approaches design as if it were adult toys (not the dirty ones).
About his work Erik says, “the best part of my work is that I can challenge myself, every day! I enjoy plotting and designing. There’s nothing more enjoyable than watching a design grow in the process of creation.”