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Fashion brand COS has commissioned dutch designer Olivier van Herpt to create a series of five vases using a custom-designed 3D printer.
Ghanian artist El Anatsui and Factum Arte have created a series of contemporary art prints called Benchmarks, featuring 3D scanned worktops.
At East Stroudsburg University, students and professors can use a Stratasys J750 printer - this leads to some cool art such as this pineapple.
Self-portrait by Vincent Van Gogh gets recreated with 3D printing thanks to collaboration between Custom Prototypes and the Van Gogh Studio.
ZMorph fan, Paolo Fiaschi, developed a pen toolhead for his older ZMorph printer which can draw any vortex shape or pattern and you can too.
The 2017 Wellcome Image Awards took place this week and the shortlisted images are now on public display in galleries around the world.
On display at SXSW 2017 is a revamped old-fashioned zoetrope by artist Akinori Goto who uses 3D printing to project ballet dancers in motion.
A new series of Stratasys 3D printed death masks by Neri Oxman to be unveiled at the ‘Fear and Love’ exhibition in London’s Design Museum.
A sea monster has been brought to life thanks to an Irish designer and her use of clay sculpting, 3D scanning, modeling and printing.
With "Deconstruction and Reconstruction of an Army Tank", a UK artist has 3D modelled and built a US Army tank to scale.
This artist is using a 3D printer and a clay extruder to research unconventional methods of 3D typography with rather stunning results.
A company based in Vancouver are using 3D printing in order to recreate famous paintings so everyone can enjoy the meticulous craft work of their favorite artists.
An artist is mingling technology and art like a good mad scientist should, bioengineering an artificial limb on a 3D printed hand trellis.
Using 3D bioprinting and a DNA sample from 1888, an artist recreated the lost ear of Vincent van Gogh. And when you talk, the ear listens.
3D printing is being used to help the visually impaired to read music notations more easily with a system called Tactile Stave Notation
Thanks to Italian 3D Printing company WASP, 3D scanned and printed models of the casts from Pompeii can be seen up close and personal.