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Digital Platform Turns Mementos Into 3D Home Decor [Video]

Digital Platform Turns Mementos Into 3D Home Decor [Video]
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Bring your favorite photos to life with a new online platform that lets you create customized artwork

Ross Brooks
  • 5 november 2013

If you have ever wanted a way to turn your favorite photos into pieces of 3D art, then you won’t have to look any further than Khora Image. The online platform makes it easy to upload photos which are then given an additional dimension thanks to subtractive printing and a computer controlled drill. Various aspects of the poster can also be changed to make sure you end up with a truly original piece for your home.

Images come in a choice of five different colors and are available in three different sizes which include 15″ x 15″, 24″ x 36″, and 48″ x 48.” Adjusting the resolution is easy as well, meaning you can create a realistic or abstract piece depending on your preferences. Finally, there are different patterns available to choose from which include vertical or horizontal stripes, and dotted arrangements, all of which alter the final texture of your poster.

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Khora is currently running a Kickstarter campaign which means you can get hold of one of these unique prints for as little as $18. The campaign still has more than 30 days left to go and recently passed the $6,000 mark of its $30,000 target.

Khora Image

Source: Kickstarter

Images: Kickstarter

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