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Eric van Straaten's Amazing 3D Printed Sculptures for Art Exhibition!

Believe it or not, all three pieces show here were made using a Multicolor Composite 3D Printing technique. Highly detailed and beautifully colored, this very well might be the future of sculpture. Each piece by Eric van Straaten is substantial in size: "Humming" (above) is roughly 9" x 6" x 6", "Kawaii Doll" (below left) is about 15" x 3.5" x 4.25", and "Venus" (below right) is approximately 13.75" x 6.75" x 6.75". But you have to pay for what you're getting, with prices ranging from €1500 to €2750 (approx. $1962.50 to $3598.50). Each design is available in multiples, the wonderful advantage of 3D Printing, with "Humming" limited to 6 copies in Europe and 6 copies to any other territory in the World, while the other two are each limited to 3 in Europe and 3 elsewhere. I'm most curious to see what happens as this technology becomes more readibly available at cheaper prices… will we see wonderful art like these one day done in a made-to-order fashion with prices the average person can afford?

"Sculpture 2013" is a group art show opening on May 1st and running through May 24th, 2013 at the Sladmore Contemporary, 32 Bruton Place, Mayfair, London, UK, W1J 6NW.
Participating artists include: Mark Coreth, Nick Bibby, Charlie Langton, Sophie Dickens, Anthony Turner, Goeffrey Dashwood, Rupert Merton, Domenica de Ferranti, Manuela Zervudachi, Eric van Straaten, Lucy Gray, Angela Conner, Nick Jeffrey, Alison Knight, Richard Chenevix-Trench, Edouard Martinet, and Nicola Lazzari.

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