Do you want to turn yourself into a Lego character? Then head over to funky3D faces.
They use two photographs of your head to create a 3D-model, which they then print onto a sandstone material with a 3D printer. According to the Etsy page, heads take roughly two weeks to ship, unfortunately they don’t come with a Lego body. You’ll need to supply that yourself. You can get a Lego body over at minfigs they even have some Star Wars bodies so you can make yourself a Jedi lego character. Via The Verge.
The action figures of our favorite superheroes have always been a source of joy for our children as well as us, even in adulthood. What if you take this to the next level and 3D print the miniature version of your favorite heroes? Sounds exciting, not?
The LEGO Group has teamed up with award-winning artist and designer Yinka Ilori to create the Launderette of Dreams, a free, interactive art installation in London that is inspired by the creative optimism and resilience of children.