Where did your 3D digital design journey start?
As long as I can remember, I’ve always had a craving to augment reality; as a child, I wanted to make everything more fantastic. It was not possible back then, but a few years later, I am finally able to augment my world thanks to imagination and technology.
How does your work represent your vision for the future of beauty?
By combining my two favourite things in this world – make-up and 3D – I was accidentally creating make-up from the future. In today’s – and more importantly – tomorrow’s society people express an ever-expanding desire to transform themselves through automated social media filters, advanced make-up technics, or, for the more privileged, plastic surgery. I consider my work to be the exaggeration of that, fantasising about what complete aesthetic freedom of one’s appearance would look like in the future. Could you have imagined, even five years ago, that everyone would be able to make or wear augmented reality filters? For now, it’s just an art project, but – fingers crossed – there will soon be 3D make-up collections to download.