3D printing is getting popular in Singapore. In a special collaboration between TINKR, a 3D printing creative studio based in Singapore, and a Singaporean alternative rock band, MONSTER CAT, a highly collectible 3D printed figurine was born.
Inspired by MONSTER CAT's track "Creature" from their upcoming album, TINKR, MONSTER CAT, and designer Izyanti Asa'ari, have jointly conceptualized and designed a part girl, part freak, but awesome 3-D printed creature coming with mesmerizing cat-like eyes, limb mutation and a MONSTER CAT logo branded on the back of her neck.
Strangely compelling, this 3D-printed creature comes in two very limited editions:
"Creature" (Glossy 1 Colour)
12cm tall, ABS plastic, in your choice of Glossy Black, White or Red.
This highly exclusive version sees her hatching out of her shell, is an awesome 20cm tall and is meticulously hand-painted / Only 1 Available
20cm tall, Resin, Hand-Painted in Full-Color
Founded in early 2013 by two creative-geek tinkerers with vested interest in design and technology, TINKR's goal is to bring the latest 3D printing technology that has taken the other half of the world by storm to the masses in Singapore.
Sales from the "Creature" figurine will go directly to funding MONSTER CAT's new album, and can be purchased from their online crowd-funding page at Indiegogo.
Posted in 3D Printing Applications
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