published articles about eyal

We Talked to the Artist Behind Space's First Native Sculpture creators.vice (December 2016)

Turn your giggle into 3D-printed art and it could be sent into space wired (December 2016)

Laughter to be 3D printed and launched into space CNN (December 2016)

“Software is eating the world”—including art, too? economist (December 2016)

3D-Printed 'Laugh' Is 1st Major Artwork to Be Made in Space (February 2017)

eyal gever's 3D-printed 'laugh-star' becomes first artwork created in space designboom (February 2017)

First Ever Outer Space Sculpture Will Be 3D Printed Laughs artreport (February 2017)

Israeli artist Eyal Gever collaborates with NASA on first space art Jerusalem Post (February 2016)

A space oddity that sheds light on start-ups and artists Financial Times (October 2015)

Exploring the Intersection of Destruction and Beauty Natural Hazards Observer (July 2015)

Artist Eyal Gever Gives us All a 3d Printed Kick to the Chest! (August 2014)

Eyal Gever's sculptures show the collision of opposite concepts ART DISCOVER (November 2013)

Hunger Magazine by John Davidson (October 2013)

When is the real unreal? Artworks Journal (June 2013)

ArtInvestor Magazine (January 2013)

Real vs Virtual BBC World Service (October 2012)

Technology and art: Engineering the future BBC (October 2012)

A Crash Course In The Beauty Of Collisions VICE Creators Project (July 2012)

After 9/11, High-tech Whiz Kid Turns Disasters Into Art Haaretz (Jun 2012) [alternative link

האסונות היפים שלי Haaretz (Hebrew) [alternative link]

Minister of Design Jerusalem Post (March 2012)

Computer coder turns disaster into art BBC (January 2012)

Eyal Gever's Distorted And Sublime Sculptures VICE Creators Project (November 2011)

Eyal Gever, Artist, Simulates Incredible 3D Catastrophes Frozen In Time Huffington Post (April 2011)

La sublime catástrofe El Pais (French) (September 2011)

How Tel Aviv artist Eyal Gever catches catastrophes in 3D WIRED (October 2011)