When it comes to theatre sets, 3D printers are used to create masks, props, and furniture. But a whole stage dressing? That’s a first.
In space, no one can hear you sing; Signal Tide brings together extraterrestrial transmissions, generative music, and 3D printing.
Embrace is a jewelry collection offering everything from bracelets to cufflinks in 18ct gold and platinum from Cooksongold and Boltenstern.
This 3D printed life-size sculpture of an Australian artist with Dwarfism challenges viewers with their anxieties around difference.
Students from London's Bartlett School of Architecture developed a 3D printed mask which can change color depending on your facial expression.
Xian Chizi Digital Technology studio uses 3D printing to create replicas and moulds of ancient art found in the Shaanxi province.
Take a VR tour of a display at the UK Government Art Collection, the result of a collaboration with the Cultural Heritage team at Sketchfab.
A 3D printed Eagled-shaped Transformation mask is the impressive result of a collaboration between artist Shawn Hunt and Microsoft.
Anouk Wipprecht combines extraordinary fashion with intelligent tech. In this interview, she talks about teaching, fashion, and wearables.
On display in New York is Gulliver's Gate, a massive miniature made up of hundreds of landmarks created by model makers across the world.
Singapore University professors use 3D printing to develop a stunning interactive structure for the iLight Marina Bay Festival, Singapore.
The National Gallery and Factum Arte use 3D modeling and printing to help recreate Michelangelo and Sebastiano’s Roman Chapel.
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.
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.
Last week, FGILA brought together people in the fashion industry to discuss "Fashion Technology Innovation, Challenges and New Frontiers."
With her latest exhibition, artist Morehshin Allahyari questions how to responsibly recreate ancient artefacts destroyed by ISIS.
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.
Jungsub Shim in a Korean designer who used a 3Doodler to create a functioning Connect chair for her design course at Hongik University in Seoul.