Back in January my classmates and I started a digital fabrication project with the simple idea of anamorphic graphics, where we created the illusion of a complete shape from one perspective despite the fact that the form is actually fragmented. This idea has evolved into a complex transitional form that spans three different surfaces, grows through a stair well and wraps around the second-story wall to the edge of an office. The voids incorporated in it transition from 4-sided polygons to 5 and then 6-sided geometries. The voids also grow in size, with the space between them diminishing as they push together. The project is almost paper-thin at the bottom, but grows to approximately 10" deep.
Now we want to take it past the theoretical and produce it for real. But we need help. If you are willing, I am hoping that you will repost the link below to your followers so that we can raise money to bring this idea to life.