Limited Edition MakerBot Posters Now Available!
Check out the store NOW if you want to be an owner of one of the small number of limited edition MakerBot posters we just put up there. They’re both examples of the crazy awesome art circling around the MakerBot community. Click on the images for your chance to own one, but hurry because these really will sell out quick.
We invited the artist Molly Crabapple, who is really loved by many MakeBotters but also lots of MakerBot staff, to visit our headquarters a while back. She came away inspired with visions of the future. Here’s what she writes about this poster:
“As soon as I walked into MakerBot, I knew I was seeing The Future. And by this I mean the aesthetic, jet-pack wearing future we had been promised. As I saw the extruders whirl round and round, making my friend’s heads in plastic, it hit me — I had to capture this moment into art. For my collaboration with MakerBot, I re-envisioned Captain Nemo’s submarine, rigged out with dozens of MakerBots, each turning out chess sets, tea sets, and aquatic art objects. It being a ship, there are cats. I bet they know how to use the MakerBot, too.”
For the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2012 in Las Vegas, we asked one of our artist/superusers to help us create a showstopping banner. Micah Ganske, who has done incredible things with a MakerBot and joined us for the Met Hackathon, created this incredible design that we have used in wild posting campaigns in New York, San Francisco, and Seattle.
Micah’s design answers the question, “what would the perfect cover of a MakerBot comic book look like?” We think he nailed it.
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