IN HONOUR OF Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd
One of the first artists in the world using Laser & Holography.
Known for his sculpture, Non-Violence, an idea Carl Fredrik developed to mark the tragic event, the murder of John Lennon, December 1980.
In 1986 I involved Carl Fredrik in a project with a Swedish daily paper using embossed holograms at the front cover. His model builder in Italy made a model of a gun with a knot in scale 1:1. The holographer Laurence Holding produced the hologram master and the shim, which were used for the embossing tool, and so on in the long production process before ICA Förlaget, Västerås Sweden applied 325.000 self adhesive holograms at the daily papers. A really tuff pioneer job for all of us!
Copyright http://spie.org/spieprofessional Photos Hans Bjelkhagen
The January 20, 1963, New York Herald Tribune advert.
Kilroy installed in the Lasergruppen Holovision AB laboratory, Stockholm.
Carl Fredrik inspecting the recorded Kilroy hologram
Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd and Hans Bjelkhagen with the Gabor cake. Photo Walter Hirsch
Carl Fredrik lighting the candles in the recording setup.
Smoke Without Fire transmission hologram.
The four Finger Language reflection holograms.
Kilroy’s Heart reflection hologram.
Salvador Dalí and Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd in Paris. Photo Lissack
Carl Fedrik seen through the hologram holder. Photo Hans Bjelkhagen
Cross Reference reflection hologram. C for Carl and R for Reuterswärd. Inspired by his friend Salvador Dali?
Carl Fredrik signing the glass holograms using a dentist’s drill.
The signed glass plate.