3D-Printed Fonts Spell Out Whatever You'd Like Them To

All you need to do is type in the chosen text at Freedom of Creation's website, and they'll use a 3D printer to create your very own custom font—for your desk, front door, or even above the bed.

So one-night stands don't forget your name, obviously. It's available in both Arabic and Latin text, and were created by Yara Khoury and Melle Hammer to resemble a ribbon twirling the individual letters out.

It's going to cost you, I will say that. Each letter costs a varied amount, depending on how wide and complicated it is. Spelling out "Gizmodo" for example (in latin) ran to 247.50 Euros—which converts to $322. Delivery to the US is a further 77 Euros for the order ($100), but who wouldn't pay that for their very own Gizmodo 3D printed font? Eh? [Freedom of Creation]

3D-Printed Fonts Spell Out Whatever You'd Like Them To