Visiting Autodesk Gallery

Autodesk is a multinational software corporation, that makes software for engineering, architecture, construction, manufacturing, media, and entertainment industries.

Autodesk has it’s headquartered in San Rafael, California, and features a gallery of its customers’ work in San Francisco.


On April the 5th I visited Autodesk Gallery on Market Street 1, in San Francisco.


The visit pretty casual since, it was only a gallery and not a tour and debate with actual employees of the Autodesk offices.

But it was still neat to see the work of Autodesk. It was creative, inspiring and fascinating, all at once.


But it was not the gallery that inspired me. It was one of the employees, Mike, that works at the Autodesk Workshop.

A couple of us, students stayed at the gallery afterwards, to make some 3D prints, and ended up conversating with Mike at the workshop.

He was inspiring, exciting, and fascinating on so many levels. He talked about his work and the kids he worked with.

He made me realize that kids are the future, and that’s where we should invest.

This gave me a lot of ideas and inspiration for future work and projects.


“Kids are the future – we need to invest in the future.”


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