Lyn Wallis (The Daily Rabbit)
Based in: Regional Victoria
Lyn Wallis is Chief Rabbit for The Daily Rabbit, a unique design and 3D printing micro-farm in regional Victoria.
* PLEASE NOTE - 2022 Holiday Season Deadlines: The Daily Rabbit will be away for the holiday season from Tuesday 13 December until Monday 9 January. Orders will be accepted during this time, but items will not be made until the week commencing 9 January.
TDR’s light and vibrant 3D printed vases are made from eco-friendly PLA (polylactic acid), a plant-based bio-plastic that can be commercially composted. Lyn is committed to sustainable practice. She imagines, CAD models, and 3D prints all designs in her solar-powered home studio.
TDR vases are stocked by many contemporary Australian art gallery shops including: Art Store for National Gallery of Australia, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Heide Museum of Modern Art, JamFactory Adelaide, MAMA in Albury, Art Gallery of Ballarat, and QVWC in Melbourne. Lyn’s popular ‘Alien Vase’ was shortlisted for both an Interior Design Excellence Award (IDEA 2021) and a VIVID 2021 Design Award. Her 'Whippy Vase' was recently Highly Commended at the IDEA 2022 Awards.
More About Lyn Wallis (The Daily Rabbit)
What inspires you?
Nature, Colour, Maximilism
Describe your creative process.
My bushland home inspires shapes and colours, which are a leaping point for the CAD modelling process. Once I've modelled, many hours are spent prototyping: experimenting with materials, refining printer settings, refining each 3D print.
What are 3 words that best describe your work?
Curious, Playful, Colourful
What is the most important tool when creating your work?
My 3D printers, which ultimately allow me to realise the products of my imagination.
What is the best piece of advice you have been given?
March to the beat of your own drum.
Where do you go for inspiration?
My beautiful garden
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