Eve Syringe by Alex Forrest

January 19, 2011 § Leave a comment

It’s been my pleasure to work with some truly creative people over the years and my classmates in the Mech. Design program have some amazing talents. The above, a replica from the game Bioshock was done entirely by Alex Forrest, one of said classmates. It’s been weathered and weighted so it has that good heft that people often miss when making things, it just feels the perfect weight for some old technology that’s been at the bottom of the sea for years (such as Bioshock’s storyline). It lights up, a warm blue glow in the main container. I’m not sure what else to say, really; it’s just perfect.

Photos by me.

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