Street art is taking shape! Discover the first graffiti printed in 3D.
Every day, 3D printing never ceases to surprise us. Today, this technology has entered an unexplored territory: tags. In collaboration with some well-known graffiti artists, the 3D designer Normally Ben has embarked on a project to sublimate graffiti. He modelled and printed in 3D works by talented graffiti artists to highlight their incredible writing styles. All 3D files from this collection of 3D graffiti can be downloaded exclusively from the Cults website.
Mr. SORN is an experienced graffiti artist who recently became a tattoo artist. This graffiti sculpture was developed from an animation created by Normally Ben. This piece was painted in 2007 and is a classic example of funky lettering. Link to the 3D files to download.
SONE is an English graffiti artist who is part of the Paint Wasters (PWS) collective. This piece is a reproduction of a work painted at Al Fresh Co Store. Normally Ben tinkered with the file to make it less complicated to print. He also added some cracks. Link to the 3D files to download.
Normally Ben developed this piece from a work by KUSHTY. This graffiti has a distinctive style very old school thanks to its two-dimensional letter shapes. As a result, the object remains quite flat, but the twists and curves of the letters overlap with each other. As the original tag rests on the ground, the printed object is stable too. Link to the 3D files to download.
SEMOR is a German graffiti artist from Cologne. This artist has an incredible array of techniques and a unique style that has been proven throughout the world. This piece is several years old now but Normally Ben has decided to digitize it to pay tribute to it. We can see that the artist has since evolved his style. Link to the 3D files to download.
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