Examining the relationship between the body and craftsmen work, Grilo designs objects targeted for consumption and observes the field of artistic production from the industrial perspective and vice-versa. Grilo’s observation of a fashion detail leads to the history of the material that is at the same time a history of altered body-labor relations. Marks of physical labor becoming almost obsolete in the digital era, artificial signs of hard work becoming increasingly eroticized. In Indigo Eye Grilo 3D-scans a person wearing denim jeans. This 3D-scan is then unfolded and flattened in digitally, which is how the shape of the work is determined. The usage of standardization, scaling and abstraction deals with the history of industrialization and modern production with a view on the cultural digital paradigm shift and the Internet.