Jazz up your hallway with your 3D printer, without breaking the bank; a look at the new Entryway Collection from Parallel Goods.
Designer Eliza Wrobel created a Ferris wheel bookshelf, with shelves instead of passengers, putting interior design in strict rotation.
Make Magazine's wonky definition of appropriate dress codes for women inspired SexyCyborg to make this LCD shutter top.
Bre Pettis is back, and this time it's personal. Personalized luxury gifts, that is. Bre & Co. is an intriguing new venture from the MakerBot cofounder.
Mix your own drinks at any party with Anouk Wipprecht's 3D printed robotic cocktail dress; the Drinkbot can pour an Old Fashioned on command.
Japanese company STARted is working with fashion designer Masaharu Ono on AMIMONO, a 3D printed knitted vest for everyday wear.
Scared of losing those super-expensive wireless Apple AirPods? These 3D printed twisty earbud catchers are the solution.
Visitors to the Paisley Park museum were greeted with a surprise; Prince's remains stored in a custom 3D printed urn.
3D printing is a pretty static activity, right? Wrong! A new paper on "Mobile Fabrication" could liberate us from the chains of the desktop.
This 3D printed wristband contains all the necessary components to transform a hand prostheses into an easy-to-use optical mouse.
A design studio which focuses on bringing together designers and 3D printing transformative technology has just released a beautiful tea set which features a perforated sugar spoon.
With the need for more secure ways to handle and protect 3D printing designs, Make it LEO is a new startup with an interesting solution.
A Dutch architect is planning to use a unique 3D printer to construct a large building in the shape of a "Möbius Strip" infinite loop.
Golden anniversary. Diamond anniversary… 3D Printing anniversary? Windswept freezes a moment in time to create gorgeous 3D Printed jewelry.
UAU Project is a design studio producing elegant 3D models for functional 3D printing. The team explains their creative process to ALL3DP.
3D printed fashion is hitting the runways and could soon be worn in our everyday lives; what's the benefit of this technology for designers?