3D scanned from Caia Koopman's original sculpture featuring a real Japanese pineapple grenade with her hand sculpted bunny skull head. Caia and I worked together transforming it into a wearable pendant, 4cm tall.
They are available on her site here. They come hung on a 24 inch small gauge ball chain.
You come home from a hard day, you feel you can't get a handle on life. You go to the fridge to pull out a cold one, and that cold one is really really cold! Once it has warmed above frost bite temperatures, the can is now covered in sweat (condensation). I can't help you get a handle on life, but I can help you get a handle on that slippery can.
A perpetual motion machine with magnets that I just thought up. Ok, there are two grooves in the bottom to hold two magnets. One you have north facing up, and the other south facing up. You put a third magnet in the cylinder, and seal it with the cap. Once you know you have the polarities right glue it on there. so the cylinder should rotate, north should meet north moving the magnet to the opposite end of the cylinder, causing it to drop down the other way. South meets south and back the other way it goes. So I hope. Designed to fit this magnet. http://www.kjmagnetics.com/proddetail.asp?prod=ZD6
I started with drawing a water molecule. Then I was wondering what would happen if you made a ring of them. From the front, I was amazed. It appears every geometric shape is present. A while back I was looking at possibly making a sacred geometry model. I ended up accidentally making one. http://www.shapeways.com/model/52609/h2o.html
A parabolic dish designed for stainless prints. I'm allowing it in other materials, but other materials will not be able to handle the heat. For other materials, I would suggest trimming off the cross beams and using it only as a mold to get a parabolic shape. Now for stainless, the cross beams do have a purpose. the beam that comes down in the center ends 1/32 of an inch above the focal point. This is for when I get it to test it, I can glue a piece of paper or a match head here and hopefully ignite it with the sun. Stainless will have to be polished, and I do not know the full reflective properties of stainless prints.
Ok, so this is my latest crazy idea. If I did my calculations right, it should print, and possibly work better because the through holes will be smaller. So how it works. Yet again if my calculations are correct, the holes (2mm in diameter) should be able to lift water using capillary action .5 inches. The body is 1/4inch and each tube extends 1/16inch making a total of 3/8ths of an inch. So if you place the block, legs down, in a puddle of water over 1/32nd inches deep it should draw the water up. Then to break the surface tension there are groves in the tops of the blocks. Hopefully causing the water to spill out. It is designed to have the blocks stacked turning each block 180 degrees. You should theoretically be able to stack them as high as you want, and the water should keep flowing. All the way to the top. Once you get it up there it's your choice what to do with it.