I think this has been around for a while, but I only just stumbled across it. It’s a really beautiful and brilliant use of technology. Preserving the true human history of the land and peoples that these monstrous fools are looking to re-write or erase.

I think 3D printers have so much potential in fine art and in crafts, but right now they are sort of where 3D movies were in the beginning—mostly gimmick for the gimmick’s sake. Lovely to see the tech being made to serve the art.