Andras Rigler Puts A New Twist On Trim

Andras Rigler Puts A New Twist On Trim

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Sarah Rae Smith
Jan 13, 2010

We have a small passion for those who have the ability to take everyday items (like molding for instance) and transform them into something completely new, yet familiar feeling. Andras Rigler is undertaking The Noe Project and molding individual animal heads to put a new twist on trim. Details after the jump!

If you squint your eyes slightly at the opening image above, you can see the design that the animals create on the molding. Although the seem random when up close, they're actually hand molded and applied in a very specific manner.

Though we think it might be less expensive to buy molding with the patterns already routed into them, this is a far more fun alternative! It almost makes you want to head to your local thrift store to rescue all those G.I. Joes in the big miscellaneous toy bin.

You can read more about Andras Rigler's Noe Project over at DesignBoom where it was an entry in The Intelligent Hand competition.

(via:DesignBoom)
(Image: Andras Rigler)

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