Inspired by nature's beauty, Dutch designer Kiki van Eijk uses 3D printing to create lampshades imitating the foxglove flowers in her garden.
Creative agency Viget uses 3D printing to make Lightwalk, a permanent interactive light show on the Abilene Christian University quad.
When is a stained glass window not a stained glass window? When it's 3D printed and hand finished to look even better than the real thing.
A 70 large collection of 17th-century Dutch Old Masters artworks have been digitized and housed in a specially commissioned VR museum.
Dutch studio Joris Laarman Lab, designer of the MX3D steel bridge, is subject of an exhibition at Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum.
Hyperflesh founder and creator Landon Meier uses Lulzbot 3D printing to speed up the process of developing giant hyperrealistic masks.
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.
Besides being mini, this Strandbeest uses 3D printing and motors rather than the wind and PVC pipes for its locomotion.
The Hermit Crab can now inhabit a 3D printed shell representing famous landmarks, specially created by Japanese artist Aki Inomata.
Self-portrait by Vincent Van Gogh gets recreated with 3D printing thanks to collaboration between Custom Prototypes and the Van Gogh Studio.
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.
Evelyn Hriberšek creates mixed reality art. After experiencing her latest, EURYDIKE, we chat with the artist for her thoughts on the medium.
Art installation White Noise pits consumption vs. conservation against each other on Twitter to determine the fate of an AR coral reef.
In space, no one can hear you sing; Signal Tide brings together extraterrestrial transmissions, generative music, and 3D printing.
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.
The Shadow Cloud by Drzach and Suchy is a 3D printed art piece which casts unusual shadows depending on the angle of illumination.
As more artists begin using 3D printing in their work, the need grows for heritage science to preserve their work for future generations.