Laureline Galliot (born 1986) graduated with honors from the Ensci-Les Ateliers school in 2012. By re-injecting principles derived from her practice of painting in industrial design, Galliot imagined a creative process that enables the design of objects more intuitively than with traditional 3D modeling software. By taking advantage of an animated cinema software, she proposes to design objects by piles of materials, textures and colours through gestures such as those of a painter.
This research gave birth to a 3D printed collection, Line & Mass : a 3D palette, a mask and a tea pot, to demonstrate the potential applications of this creation process in everyday life. Continuing her research, she applied it to Lucky Toad base, which won the Prize for the Conseil General du Var in Villa Noaille’s Design Parade 8 in summer 2013.