The Go-3D Printed Wheelchair by London based Layer Lab – a customisable chair conformed to the build of the user: seat, footbay, back angle, curvature, centre of mass, sidebars, pattern, the lot.
It won’t get you to the top of the Groothandelsgebouw, but still.
“3D print shop in Rathmines ‘Putin’ Vlad on display”
An ‘in-house’ animation by London based DBLG creative agency combining traditional stop-motion with 3D printing.
Fifty tiny sculptures printed and photographed one by one – four weeks to create a total of two charming seconds of animation.
For teh Winnie.
You heard right.
Orlagh Bailey writes:
Jack from [damn hispter kids’ show] TRTÉ heads down to 3D Printing Dublin to find out how it works and finds out that the machines can use any material, like chocolate or nylon…
If you’re any class of a parent, aunt or uncle, you’ll have examples of junior’s artistic endeavour up on the fridge or stashed away inside a book for posterity.
Ah. But for €100, Crayon Creatures will make a 3D printed figurine of it.
That one at the bottom, there. That’s a hamster in a speedboat. But you knew that.
(Hat tip: Brain Colhoun)
A Möbius strip of bacon, apparently made from 3D printed sandstone. Yours for €17.69.
You’d only have to cook it on one side.
An incredibly detailed 3D printed typographic sculpture by Luca Ionescu of Australian creative agency Like Minded Studio, photographed by Andy Lewis.