Cheer up, Little Keanu Reeves, it's ok. Just finish your sandwich and march on. Life is like a box of chocolate. Which pill will you choose? There is no spoon. You can't handle the truth! Wait. What was I doing again?
Sad Keanu comes in two sizes. Both are equally sad.
Designed for the young and seafaring at heart - even if they can't tell their binnacles from their barnacles.
Successfully printed in Silver and Gold Plated Glossy.
Silver Glossy is unavailable due to the level of smaller details.
A number of the photos are of a post processed print with Liver of Sulphur. Your print will arrive as clean metal.
It's a sign! Right here on our potato chips! This super realistic potato chip with a discoloration bears an uncanny resemblance to the butchered painting Ecce Homo. Don't actually try to eat it, not that you would want to destroy such a work of art (again!).
If you want some other image on the chip, just let me know and I can make you a custom one for $50 plus the printing costs.
Sculpture of a woman made of "vines". Sculpted in 3D-Coat.
Altered from the original version to add more stability and structure.
If you have purchased this sculpture please comment on how you like it. :)
A sterling silver bangle inspired by the complex cellular patterns of nature. Part of the Cell Cycle collection, the bracelet was created through simulations of the physical forces in a cellular network. It is built up layer by layer in wax using 3D printing and cast in sterling silver using lost wax casting. This form would be impossible to create by traditional manufacturing methods.
available in S M L SMALL inner diameter 57.9mm circumference 18.2cm MEDIUM inner diameter 63.7mm circumference 20cm fits most LARGE inner diameter 68.4mm circumference 21.5cm
This video shows the software we created to design the cell cycle collection
I scanned this bas-relief in Alhambra (Granada, Spain) using my photocamera. I made 10 pictures and processed them on-line for free to get 3D model at www.my3dscanner.com No more expensive 3d scanners!
"In the dusky evening
when all the day is done
you'll see the lone night fairy
whose work has just begun"
- From The Night Fairy By Randi Kuhne,(2009)
A beautiful small blue fairy. It has been flattened from the bottom to stand on surface correctly. I have not yet ordered my own copy of the product, so no real life photos available yet.