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Dinara Kasko makes use of 3D printing to shape her latest works of pastry art, which incorporate mathematical principals and sculpture.
This jaw-droppingly awesome design, called “Sovereign Armor”, is bound to be your next dream cosplay costume.
Clandestine scanning of the Nefertiti bust in Berlin Museum results in "The Other Nefertiti", a open access dataset that allows anyone to 3D print the head.
Polish design service Get Models Now uses 3D printing to produce an extravagant Baroque-styled picture frame for artists.
In Bristol, UK, this summer, The Bristol Children's Hospital Charity - The Grand Appeal, is launching "Gromit Unleashed 2" a sculpture trail which includes larger-than-life characters from the TV show and three three 3D printed sculptures.
Besides being mini, this Strandbeest uses 3D printing and motors rather than the wind and PVC pipes for its locomotion.
Artist Rachel Goldsmith creates unbelievable art using a 3D printing pen. The 3Doodler artist shares some of her newest techniques and experiences.
At Milan Design Week 2018, you can find a collaborative exhibition from Philipp Aduatz and incremental3d which is showcasing the 'Digital Chaiselongue' prototype made using 3D printed concrete.
Artist Addie Wagenknecht transforms the 3D printed Liberator Gun into the Liberator Vase at her new exhibition, and it's a big improvement.
The poaching of elephants is rapidly increasing and these huge mammals have a new supporter, raising attention in a tiny way.
A highly-skilled character artist has shared an extremely detailed 3D print of an ogre. It was modelled with the VR software Oculus Medium.
MyMiniFactory's Scan the World collection claims to be the World’s largest 3D printable museum. It is now officially supported by Shining 3D, the global tech company.
With "Deconstruction and Reconstruction of an Army Tank", a UK artist has 3D modelled and built a US Army tank to scale.
Sound travels in waves. Two Dutch artists use this phenomenon to create beautiful clay patterns. For that, they even built a heavily modified 3D printer.
Joe Te Wharau uses 3D printing and traditional Maori designs to create a collection of artistic pendants, called "Matihiko Taonga V1.0".
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.