3D-printed contemporary Stone-Age Axes

Dov Ganchrow macht Griffe und Tools basierend auf Steinzeit-Äxten:

the ‘man made’ collection by tel aviv-based designer dov ganchrow is a series of contemporary artifacts that proposes various gripping and slicing possibilities. the concept originates from the different stone hand-axe forms rather than specific utilitarian actions used in the stone-age. each of the white 3D printed handles complement and highlight a singular use of the tool – the extensions effectively transform the ultimate multi-tool into a specialized object.

man-made series of contemporary prehistoric hand-axes by dov ganchrow