3D printed by nature! After billions of years of evolution, the animal kingdom is still constantly evolving to grow and adapt to its environment. He can now rely on an ally of choice to colonize the entire planet: 3D printing!
3D printing is the tool to unleash artists' imaginations in every imaginable field. Jewelry and accessories are no exceptions. These pictures are gathered from the thingiverse website from different designers and creators.
By using an older form of 3D printing in a novel way, American Standard, a U.S. faucet manufacturer, has created a collection of seemingly impossible bathroom faucets that are works of art.
Instapro3D a startup based out of Delhi have created a wonderful item for new parents where they create hand and feet keepsakes through 3D printing.
The process is pretty simple! All you need to give them is a hand or a...
These sculptures are created on a 3D printer, using full-color sandstone as the printing material. This is a collaborative project between New York-based artists Isaac Budmen and Adam Lister.
Iranian artist Nasim Sehat created 3D printed interlocking rings called Biz Eyes in order to evoke a funny and unique way to make a bold statement with everyday eye-wear. Each Biz Eye style, unlike traditional eye-wear, can be changed to suit...
3D printing has opened thousands of new opportunities for the blind to experience the world around them, but nowhere have we seen a more powerful example than in the story of expecting mother Tatiana Guerra and the 3d-printed bust that allowed...
There are people whose obsessions with pop culture icons like Darth Vader, Frankenstein or Master Chief seem like religious infatuation, so New Jersey-based 3d printing artist Chris Milnes did away with the formalities by creating a series of 3d-printed Buddha statues.
If you just can't get enough of majestic mountain scenery, then this Mt. Hood pint glass should be right down your alley. The bottom of this hand-made Oregon pint glass, designed by North Drinkware, features an accurate copy of Mt. Hood,...
I created this as an alternative take on 3D printed moons, prompted by a forum request over on Shapeways. Created in Blender using imagery from NASA, printed in full colour by Shapeways.