John Shahid

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John Shahid

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A Few Useless Scales by John Shahid

A few useless scales are pieces created to measure but simply can not. They have inherit common measurements per curve, 1/8"", 1/4"", 1/2"", 3/4"", 1"", 1 1/4"" etc, but are arranged in X Y & Z axes such a way that its use is useless.
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・size: +\- 14 inches
・print comes with object

John Shahid is an architectural student studying at the Southern California Institute of Architecture in the Undergraduate program (class of 2020). His main focus in architecture is the observation of architectural commonalities through pun, i.e., remnants of digital fabrication (the graphic of tracing elements of architecture through animation), seriality (a studio on towers), and plastic materials (an on-going study of ersatz texture and material).


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