Excerpt of a wonderful map drawn by artist & illustrator Jenni Sparks. It’s a hand-drawn map of central and inner-city London. Tube/train lines, parks and rivers are coloured, everything else is shown in black-and-white. Buildings are all drawn in a 45-degree isometric style. Annotations reveal characteristics of an area that won’t appear on traditional maps. Dalston comes with a bicycle, plastic-framed glasses and a moustache. Canary Wharf is festooned with various currency symbols.

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10 Crazy Things 3D Printers Can Make Today

Dita Von Teese in a fully articulated 3D printed dress by Michael Schmidt and Francis Bitonti

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Inside-out: Fellows Friday with Lucy McRae

I've worked with this material in millinery before, aquaplast. Amazing how they…

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Formlabs Whips Up New Squishy, Shiny 3-D Printing Materials

Low-cost 3-D printing has given designers and engineers tremendous freedom—as long as they only need to design products made of plastic. Sure, 3-D printable plastics are available in a rainbow of colors. And yes, there are corn-based plastics, glow-in-the dark plastics, and even color-changing plastics with glitter mixed in. But if an engineer needs to…

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16 Useful Things You Can Make With A 3D Printer

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News: Bikinis, Handcuff Keys, and Other Awesome Things You Can Make with a 3D Printer

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