Made At Do Space: From Reagan, College Professor & Bug Enthusiast
December 7th, 2017 | Taylor Enderle
In the spirit of the “Humans of New York” photo series and social media phenomenon, Do Space is inspired to work with staff and volunteers to create a “Humans of Do Space” series that shares the stories of our members, volunteers, users, and staff. The goal of this effort it to capture the people that are using the space and how it affects their lives. What does it allow them to do? What does it allow them to make? How are people using the space to overcome obstacles and get things done?
Today we are pleased to introduce you to Reagan. Reagan Pufall is a college professor, originally from Bismarck, North Dakota, and now resides in the Omaha area. He is passionate about fine art and recently took part in both Make Lincoln and the Omaha Bug Symposium!
** Pictured is a 3D print of an adult female Indian flower mantis. The model is set up to reminiscent of a geco-roman bust.
What Does Do Space mean to you?
A unique place that allows me to explore types of art otherwise unavailable to me.
What have you been able to accomplish at Do Space?
Create multiple works of art using the 3D printers.
What tools and resources are you using at Do Space?
The 3D printers.
How does Do Space empower you to grow either individually or grow your company?
By offering inexpensive 3D printing, Do Space allows me to finalize works of art by bringing them off of the computer and into the real world. Similar printing elsewhere is far too prohibitively expensive to be able to pursue.