This piece of art not only shows the fragility of the female form, but also shows the power of the first flight. In a way, this symbolizes today's woman right on the edge of the cliff, ready to leap into the future.
This piece of art is 3D printed and contains hybrid materials including steel, quartz, copper, iron, slate, resin, and of course, a 3D printed object verclear material with a 30-micron layer. It is a mixture of traditional sculpture technology and the most advanced digital modeling and 3D printing.
The wing feathers have a beautiful copper veneer coating. Interestingly, the unique "notches" on the feathers were not 3D modeled; they were only added manually after 3D printing.
The product consists of four parts: human body, wings, horizontal seat and a pair of feet.