I decided to write a post about Lorna Barnshaw, a 3D designer from London, United Kingdom. She earned her degree for Bachelor of Fine Arts at Winchester School of Art, and also studied at the University of Northampton. She creates virtual, glitch sculptures, which I thought was interesting because a lot of her works generate different looks depending on the perspective that the viewers are looking at which could be skewed at some point but still makes sense. She creates these mask-like sculptures, with characteristics unique to the different programs that she uses. Some of her studies look very realistic, and some are highly abstracted, geometric reinterpretation of the human face. They are very experimental, often uncanny, but I think that’s the thing that is enticing about her work and differentiates them from everything else.