When most people hear ‘3D printing’ they picture it in a manufacturing sense. You know… a factory-machine chugging out units of anything you can imagine. What people miss is the true game changing ability to create anything and everything. This lends great to makers and artists alike who have a ‘If I can dream it, I can make it’ mentality.
Since the early introduction of consumer-level 3D printers, those who were associated with the 3D graphics modeling industry had suddenly found a new play toy. 3D printers instantly turned 3D graphic modelers into artists. Customization became key. Artists who had difficulty making certain shapes or structures can now use 3D printing to bring that idea to life – no matter the size!
So, here are some amazing works of 3D printed art:
Modla x Damilola Odusote Nike Air Force 1 3D Printed Sculpture
Nike of Samothrace
Memorial Bust of a Woman (self-portrait)
Quixotic Divinity Headdress
Bust of a Youth
3D Printed Arabic Ceiling
3D Printed Room
Noisy Boy from Real Steel