Eternal Love

by kontor_apart
  • Stainless Steel

    Bronze-infused stainless steel with visible print lines and rough feel.


I would like to introduce to you the sculpture »You & Me« from the »Scrappies« figurine family. It represents love, affection and mutual commitment - emotions that everyone values and never lose their significance.

The »Scrappies« are inspired by everything you can find in a scrapyard: old nuts and bolts, tin cans, pipes, coils, parts of ball bearings.


But they are actually manufactured in a totally different, novel »3D printing« process. Each of them is made in one piece from fine metal powders.


I had initially made the »You & Me« sculpture as a unique gift for our 30th wedding anniversary, but when Christiane placed the Scrappies on her office desk, her collegues loved them so much that we thought why not share it and make it available to others.


Therefore, and for a limited time, I am offering you my work here, outside of the traditional channels of exhibiting and selling art. Each figurine will be customized with your initials of choice. I will make and ship a unique »You & Me« sculpture for every supporter, be it one or many.



IN: 2.738 w x 3.446 d x 1.406 h
CM: 6.954 w x 8.752 d x 3.57 h


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This is a very cool model! Is there any reason why I cannot order this model from this webpage as displayed and hosted by Shapeways?
March 19, 2012, 11:44 pm
This model is very cool! Looks like a new effect! Five stars!
February 19, 2011, 12:35 am
I have removed the comment from Sublime_2010 since it was using inappropriate wording. We do not mind the open discussion but please keep it civilized. Thank you.
February 18, 2011, 8:45 pm
First of all @Sublime_2010 let's not get off going in the wrong direction by making a generalization. There are plenty of Americans who are anti this sort of thing and copyright douchbagery is not the exclusive domain of companies/individuals in the US. Now on to the matter at hand. I'm going to reserve final judgement until all the facts emerge from the possible poopstorm. But as I understand things this falls verymuch under the category of 'dude-not-cool'. This is exactly the kind of unfortunately inevitable thing that some of us who are conscious about the legal realities were dreading about this wonderful thing we call 3D printing. Before I really get off on a rant i will just say that this is exactly the sort of nonsense we want avoid while things are still verymuch in their infancy. And for everyone who is wondering what his is all about this may help.
February 18, 2011, 8:07 pm
For more info see
February 12, 2011, 4:57 pm


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