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3D Childhood: Crayon Creatures Turns Kid’s Drawings Into Sculpture- Yasha Wallin wrote in Creativity, Design and Art
These days everyone’s jumping on the 3D Printing bandwagon, from volumetric architecture to food production, the possibilities of new printing technology are endless. Now, using this technique, the Barcelona, Spain-based company Crayon Creatures has come up with a way to turn children’s drawings into mini sculptural keepsakes—making the adorable, even more so.
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Also check out the artist at Child’s Own Studio who makes stuffed animals from kid’s drawings. Thanks for the find, Adele!

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3D Childhood: Crayon Creatures Turns Kid’s Drawings Into Sculpture
Yasha Wallin wrote in Creativity, Design and Art

These days everyone’s jumping on the 3D Printing bandwagon, from volumetric architecture to food production, the possibilities of new printing technology are endless. Now, using this technique, the Barcelona, Spain-based company Crayon Creatures has come up with a way to turn children’s drawings into mini sculptural keepsakes—making the adorable, even more so.

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Also check out the artist at Child’s Own Studio who makes stuffed animals from kid’s drawings. Thanks for the find, Adele!

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Ghadames, Libya.
Kasim Abdu Salaam Habib, 39, opens his lovingly decorated 600-year-old home to foreign tourists in Ghadames. The house needs repairs, and visitors are scarce these days. But Habib is optimistic. “I want to see Libya as a democracy,” he says.
Photo by George Steinmetz
“For decades Libyans lived under a dictator who twisted their past. Now they must imagine their future.” - New Old Libya, published in February 2013 issue of National Geographic.
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Ghadames, Libya.

Kasim Abdu Salaam Habib, 39, opens his lovingly decorated 600-year-old home to foreign tourists in Ghadames. The house needs repairs, and visitors are scarce these days. But Habib is optimistic. “I want to see Libya as a democracy,” he says.

Photo by George Steinmetz

“For decades Libyans lived under a dictator who twisted their past. Now they must imagine their future.” - New Old Libya, published in February 2013 issue of National Geographic.

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