Last week I have featured some nice 3D printed gifts, mainly focusing on him, so this week it is her whom I aiming for regarding finding cutting edge 3D printed presents.
What about a matching pair of the Adidas Alphaedge 4D? Your pair will be different of course, since the consumer’s data is translated into the required movement, cushioning and stability of the midsole. I am sure you can also feel the difference between matching pairs.
I think this 3D printed whistle, designed by Big-Game, is a nice present to get. I bought one at the Salone del Mobile this April. It really whistles and is designed to wear as a piece of jewelry as well.
The Chubby Chair, designed by Dirk van der Kooij, is not only nice to give or to get; with the chair, you also contribute to an upcycled product. Discarded refrigerator interiors are melted and squeezed like toothpaste into the 3D printed chair.
This absolutely is one of my old time favorites, the 3D printed vases collection by Design Libero. You just place is over a small PET bottle or similar size glass one, and voilà, ready! They come is various structures, which I like all.
The last suggestion for a 3D printed gift comes from UAU project. What I like about this 3D printed vase is the bold use of color and texture. Check their website for other variations and I am sure you love it as well.
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