Halloween ended a few days ago, which means it's time to start focusing on the next big fall holiday, Thanksgiving, at least in the United States.But for many people, whenever the pumpkin lights and skulls fall, they often bypass the Turkey decor, go straight to build a Christmas tree, hang stockings carefully by the chimney, and dream of eating sugar plums.
In November and December, we started hearing a lot about 3D printing Christmas decorations, whether it's traditional, nerdy, inspirational, medical, or even your own face. Designer David Münscher from Germany, who has used 3D printing in the past to make a collection of lampshades, reached out to 3DPrint.com with news of his latest collection: modern 3D printed Christmas ornaments.
The weightless Snowangels ornament collection takes its simple beauty from what Münscher refers to as “the fluent motion of classic dance moves and dance photography.”
These exquisite white ornaments are inspired by the smooth movements of the dance, created using an algorithmically designed approach that freezes the movement of objects - in this case dancers - into static sculptures over time.
Prices range from $18 to $30 for 3D printed snow angels depending on the size.