It’s amazing how quickly 3D Printing has become accepted as an art technique, with 3D printed sculptural works appearing in exhibits in art galleries.
Shemer Art Center in Phoenix, Arizona (the USA’s sixth largest city!), is seeking work from any artist living anywhere in the United States who is working with 3D printing for their upcoming 3D art show. Details are available here.
And our newest Print Resources for Artists not only contains sales sites for artist prints on paper, canvas and products, but also 20 resources for 3D prints, including 3D editions, 3D art toys, multiples commissions, and exhibition and sales sites. For example, one of the resources on our list, Sculpteo, has innovative tools allowing artists to work with Photoshop and the Creative Cloud to design 3D printables, plus artists can then open their own store in the Sculpteo 3D Printing online Marketplace.
If you are interested in getting started in designing and inventing your very first 3D print edition, our resources list contains details on creative shops that will help you develop, create, and print your 3D art objects.