Iggy Broc 3D Print, Antoni Gaudi Inspired Lampshade, and a Visit From Kingsley

As we prepare for the conclusion to the Picklomancer trilogy, our print of the day is another of his Rotten Veggie minions. Iggy Broc, a nod to the infamous Iggy Pop. Yesterday’s Eggy Rotten was in reference to Johnny Rotten, see where we’re going with this? Anyway, print and collect your own zombie punk veggies on our Thingiverse page.

 

Iggy Broc

 

In 3D Printing news, we take a look at artist Daniel Hilldrup who created a lamp shade in the style of Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi. The print is multicolored and geometric, and really showcases where the future of colored 3D printing will be heading. Luckily for us, the Objet500 Connex3, the printer Hilldrup used, runs about $330,000, so we have some time to get our consumer level multicolor technology out to market before they put us under :-). Via 3DPrint.com

 

Artist Daniel Hilldrup designs this 3D Printed multicolored lampshade, with a nod to Antoni Gaudi

Artist Daniel Hilldrup designs this 3D Printed multicolored lampshade, with a nod to Antoni Gaudi

 

Today we had an extra helper on hand. My beautiful niece, Kingsley, stopped by to give us a lesson on the many uses and tastes of Play-Doh.

 

Kingsley comes to play!

Kingsley comes to play!

 

Look out tomorrow for the epic conclusion of the Picklomancer trilogy.

 

Sincerely,

Lucas Moskun

 

Song of the day : Search and Destroy – The Stooges

 

 

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1 Response

  1. peter says:

    Obviously, yellow tastes best!

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