Justin Bieber's Severed Head
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Whether you love him or loathe him, you will want to print out the head of Justin Bieber using your 3D printer and I've made a file so you can do it.
This is part of my MakerLove.com project, where i create items that are embarrassing to buy in the store. Instead of buying them, people can print them out in the privacy of their own home. So all of you closet Bieber Fever types can enjoy yourselves privately.
Here is an STL file of Justin Bieber's head. Open it up in the software of your choice (I use replicator G because I'm Ganster) and have it print you out your very own Justin Bieber head.
What will you use a Justin bieber head for? Who cares? No one else knows you have one, so you don't really have to say anything about it. You could use it as a finger puppet and have a miniature play. You could prop it up on a stick and shoot your bb gun at it. You could use it to practice your kissing technique. I don't know.
After you have printed it, and you think to yourself, "this is awesome" I hope you will check out my MakerLove.com project for more private items you can download and print.
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