Martha Stewart | Our Technology, Her Palette, Your Imagination
It’s always a pleasure when makers can work together. That’s why we’re so pleased to announce our collaboration with Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, a brand that shares MakerBot’s devotion to innovation and DIY craftsmanship.
Introducing Martha Stewart for MakerBot Filament
The initial fruit of our collaboration is MakerBot’s first-ever co-branded collection of MakerBot PLA Filament. The collection showcases three of Martha’s favorite colors: Jadeite, Robin’s Egg, and Lemon Drop.
MakerBot CEO Jenny Lawton thinks Martha Stewart’s creations and colors are a natural fit for 3D printing, and Martha Stewart agrees. “3D printing allows for cost-effective product design without compromising artisanal character,” said Stewart.
These lively hues were inspired by the many varieties of milk glass made popular during America’s Gilded Age, and guided by Martha Stewart’s style and sensibility. Put a cheerful twist on your holiday decorations with these beautiful new colors of MakerBot PLA Filament.
3D Printable Designs by Martha Stewart
Our partnership with Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia gives us the opportunity to produce more than just beautiful new colors of filament.
We’re also harnessing the artisanal aesthetic of designs created by the Martha Stewart team, and using our in-house design team to optimize those creations for 3D printing. Our first group of models, the Trellis Collection, is available today on the MakerBot Digital Store.
The Trellis Collection, which includes a Napkin Ring, Coaster, Place Card Holder, and LED Votive Holder, makes the perfect gift for the exceptional host or hostess in your life. We’ll continue to release elegant designs co-created by the Martha Stewart and MakerBot teams, so stay tuned for more.
SAFETY NOTES: Items from the MakerBot Digital Store are not guaranteed to be food safe, water safe, dishwasher safe, or microwave safe. Use the LED Votive Holder with flameless LED votive candles only: MakerBot PLA Filament will melt if it comes into contact with an open flame.