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3D printed bunnies hidden in cities

The rabbit hunt is open! Artist Ji Lee launched the Mysterabbit operation with 3D printing . Starting from the observation that people no longer take the time to stroll and look in detail at the cities, this designer and his team have printed in 3D, 10 000 small rabbits in position of meditation. They then arranged these small 3D objects in 6 major cities: Portland, San Fransisco, New York, Toronto, London and Sao Paulo. The idea behind all this is to create a movement through which participants can order small rabbits printed in 3D ( see here ) to, in turn, hide them in their respective cities. A great project that adds a playful, community and artistic dimension to modern urban planning.

mysterabbit 3D printing Ji Lee cults rabbits 3D file street marketing 4

mysterabbit 3D printing Ji Lee cults rabbits 3D file street marketing 4

mysterabbit 3D printing Ji Lee cults rabbits 3D file street marketing 4

mysterabbit 3D printing Ji Lee cults rabbits 3D file street marketing 4

mysterabbit 3D printing Ji Lee cults rabbits 3D file street marketing 4

Source: MonUnivers3D

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