I Stumbled Upon a 3D-Printed Movie and Video Game Prop Wonderland

Here at the Inside 3D Printing show in New York City, I stumbled upon a treasure trove of 3D-printed movie props, printed on standard consumer printers, and I never wanted to leave.

The creations come from My Mini Workshop in London, an intensive 10-week program for learning 3D printing, which just kicked off for the first time ever in NYC. I was annoying and bugged some innocent passersby to snap pictures and nabbed a few pictures of my own. These. Things. Are. Awesome.


Starlord Mask, The Guardians of the Galaxy

Guarding the galaxy one awesome mask at a time. By Elliott Viles

Mjölnir, Thor and Avengers


I guess I’m worthy to possess the power of Thor. By Reg Taylor

Type-25 Carbine (Spike Rifle), Halo Series


For when Spartans need to die. By Marco Antonia Perez Morata

Thorn, Destiny


Make your entire guild jealous in style. By Kirby Downey

Ant-Man helmet, Ant-Man


It’s all about attention to detail. The very, very tiny detail. By Stefanos Anagnostopoulos

Isaac Clarke’s helmet, Deadspace Series


Battle-damaged because killing parasitic aliens is hard work. By Richard Fairhead

The Samaritan, Hellboy


Where can I enlist for the B.P.R.D.? By Christian.C

Buster Sword, Final Fantasy VII and Covenant Carbine, Halo


NBD, just me holding one of the greatest weapons in video game history/fulfilling a childhood dream. By Luka Verigikj and Daniel Schunemann.

Lead image (the big-ass gun): Thunderlord (from Destiny) by Kirby Downey.


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