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Peter Gend grew up on stories from Russian folklore and fairytales which became the source of inspiration for Peter’s MFA thesis. In order to bring the stories and his thesis to life, Peter purchased a MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer to make 3D prints of the characters.
There has been lots of attempts to grasp the world out there and 3D print it, but we think the one launched by Cosmo Wenman on Kickstarter needs a little push! Cosmo launched a new original and ambitious campaign on the famous crowdfunding platform with the aim to 3D scan a wide variety of artwork displayed in museums all over the world. The scans are then used to 3D print life-size reproductions. Cosmo confessed that his passion for art comes from his childhood: “I was lucky enough to grow up in a home filled with books of illustrations and prints which formed the basis for my own appreciation for the beauty, themes, and meaning in art.” He started this project for himself, but soon realized that other art lovers were equally interested in his approach. So he started to share his 3D printable files online so that anyone can 3D print their own copies.
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There were some rumors floating around earlier this month that 3D printer company MakerBot was interested in selling. Those rumors came to fruition Wednesday afternoon when Stratasys announced that it had acquired the company. Stratasys announced that it will merge with MakerBot in a deal worth $403 million dollars, or 4.76 million shares.
We hadn’t had a chance to meet up around 3D printed objects and drinks since a long time and since we have a booth at the Future en Seine Festival from June 13thto 16th, we figured it could be a great opportunity to meet the community.
Organized by the association *designers interactifs* , *di*/zaïn allows designers and artists to publicly present their work on stage through a 100 minutes meet-up. The goal behind this is to encourage creators of all kind to share and collaborate around their project. Each event is constructed around 10 talks