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8" Bust of Edward Snowden (Originally placed in Fort Green Park, Brooklyn)

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8" Bust of Edward Snowden (Originally placed in Fort Green Park, Brooklyn) by TiderA May 8, 2015

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8" replica of the bust of Edward Snowden that was placed in Fort Green Park, Brooklyn as part of the art installation "Prison Ship Martyrs Monument 2.0" (AKA "The Snowden Statue").

**Disclaimer note: "This design is not yet optimized for FDM printers. But an FDM-friendly update is coming soon!"

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so why is he upside down by default, just curious? Does he print better that way with lots of support material?

May 10, 2015 - Modified May 10, 2015

is there one for the actual size of the sculpture?

May 10, 2015 - Modified May 10, 2015
gregsmith_to - in reply to Alice215

You can just scale it yourself (I'm not sure why there are three different things here which only differ in scale).

ironic to put the symbol of free speech on this 'takerbot' platform

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