Designer Turns Children’s Crayon Doodles Into Whimsical 3D Sculptures
Product designer Bernat Cuni has thought of an ingenious way to preserve the cute crayon doodles drawn by children for posterity—by turning them into three-dimensional sculptures.
The founder of 3D-printing creative agency Cunicode, he has invited proud parents from all around the world to send in an image of their talented offspring’s art, which he will then transform into decorative figurines.
3D-printed in sandstone, these mini sculptures measure around 4-inches long, and cost €99 a piece with an additional €15 for international shipping.
While they are not suitable as toys, the whimsical figurines will no doubt make for good conversational pieces at home or in the office—order yours here.
[via Crayon Creatures]
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