Collectable Art Collector Art Toys - Sexyboy Series
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The "Sexyboy" series of collectable art collector art toys celebrates the world's most prodigious collectors of fine art.
I am producing an extremely limited run of hand-painted, signed originals (for serious inquiries, please contact Barrett White,
[email protected] at http://christiesprivatesales.com), but I'm sharing the printable .stl files for everyone to enjoy.
The Sexyboy series features:
- Charles Saatchi
- David Geffen
- Eli Broad
- Francois Pinault
- Leon Black
- Leonard Lauder
- Paul Allen
- Steven A. Cohen
- Steve Martin
- Steve Wynn
- Bonus Cubi XXVIII Accessory
"The masterworks of three-dimensional art are joining the digital commons. For art lovers, this technological moment represents a tremendous opportunity." â€“ Bloomberg View, http://bloom.bg/LIvH9C
Watch "Through a Scanner, Getty" http://youtube.com/watch?v=blKcIsEEoag
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Make sure to sand the Steve Wynn Art Toy's elbows smooth.
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