3D Printing News Briefs: July 16, 2019

We’re starting today’s 3D Printing News Briefs off on a story with a deadline – LulzBot is currently having a two-day Amazon Prime Day Sale. Moving on with other business…

3D Printing and 3D Scanning Restore Intricate Artwork to Its Original Beauty

The Opificio delle Pietre Dure in Florence, Italy is one of the most prestigious public institutes in the field, and it is home to some very old works of art…

General Public Uses 3D Printing to Make Art Accessible to the General Public

The word “democratization” is often used when it comes to 3D printing. The technology democratizes creation and production, allowing people to create and customize their own products rather than buying…

Sebastiano and Michelangelo Reemerge through 3D Printed Recreations

At times, the sheer number of artistic geniuses working within striking distance of each other, physically if not temporally, is stunning and you’d be hard pressed to find a place in…

3D Printing Art: Complicated Opportunities

3D printing is being used by artists, curators, museums and galleries worldwide to create works. Designers, sculptors, digital artists, painters and people new to the art world are using 3D…

Verus Art Creates Fully Textured 3D Printed Reproductions of Famous Paintings

It’s obvious why museums forbid visitors from touching works of art, but I know I’m not alone when I say I’ve been tempted to step up to a painting and…

The Turbulence & Technique of Starry Night Translates to 3D Print & Wins First Place at AMUG

If we played a word association game regarding Vincent van Gogh, it would be fairly predictable. Van Gogh? Ear. Gone by razor. Best artwork? Starry Night. Turbulence accompanied by nightmarish…


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