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Polychemy.com - Printed Sculptures by Professional Digital Artists.
POLYCHEMY PRESS RELEASE - 5/10/2012.
Following up on our recent hit success of out 3D Printed Iphone 4/4S Cases.
We are proud to announce the release of our new 3D Printed sculpture collection.
The 3D Printed sculptures are made by some of the world's leading Print Artists from the games, film and art industries.
These sculptures are available for purchase on our online site here:
Each Sculpture is digitally sculpted by artists and then later 'Printed' with a 3D printer. This allows the artists to maintain maximum creative control and quality over thier prints. With the advances in 3D printing technologies, we can now offer high end art pieces at a reasonable price.
Get them at Polychemy.com
Notable Artists Include:
Jousha Harker - Harker's work has gained international recognition and acclaim and is among over 2000 collections - including notable artists such as Andy Warhol, Ron English, Shepard Fairey, R. Crumb, & Robert Williams. Besides exhibiting and being collected internationally, his work has been featured in WIRED magazine, The Economist, MSNBC, ARTINFO, National Geographic, PC World, Core77, Coolhunting, Chicago Tribune, Popular Science, and countless others.
Andrew Baker - Andrew is a creature and character designer at Weta Workshop Design Studio based in Wellington, New Zealand. He has worked on numerous high profile films such as District 9, and the upcoming Peter Jackson film, The Hobbit.
Dominic Qwek - is a senior cinematic artist at Blizzard. He has worked on numerous games such as Starcraft 2: Wings of Liberty and the upcoming Starcraft 2: Heart of the Swarm.
Eric van Straaten - is a Hyper Surreal artist and a noteable 3D Print artist and sculptor. His work has been featured in high-end art fairs around the world.Only a few specialize in 3D Printing in color and there is no artist who pushes the boundaries of colorized 3D-prints as far as Eric van Straaten does.
Thanks to all the fantastic artists who have added their work to Polychemy!
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