We received quite a few a few #TRexRemix challenge entries last month. The Thingiverse community contributed nearly 100 designs in just one week! It’s starting to feel like like Jurassic Park over here. Challenges can be tough to judge when so many talented people send in so many great designs. Our judges were tasked with scrutinizing creativity and printability and after some healthy debate, they were happy to agree on our winners. All three will receive spools of MakerBot Filament and have their designs printed and displayed at the MakerBot Retail Stores. They’ll also be prominently featured on Thingiverse and receive a free download of the 79-piece T-Rex Skeleton model from the MakerBot Digital Store. All participants deserve a round of applause for their hard work. And now, onto the winners: First place goes to Arian Croft’s spooky Castle Rexor, which, according to Arian, resides in the world of Primordia and is the home of the tyrant-wizard, Rexor. Second place goes to David Mussaffi’s T-Rex High Heel, which is both shocking and gorgeous. It’s not hard to imagine this design strutting down the runway at fashion week or maybe biting off some poor woman’s feet in a horror movie. Third place goes to Rob Bauer’s T-Rex Bike Seat, which might just keep thieves from stealing your bike. If not that, they’ll at least be too scared to ride it.