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Gallery Show Puts 3D-Printed Chocolate Art On A Pedestal [Video]
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Android KitKat's Chocnology will be the first-ever 3D-printed chocolate artwork exhibit.

Sara Boboltz
  • 6 november 2013

In a delicious celebration of its partnership with Android, Nestle commissioned ten 3D-printed works of edible art from South African creatives. The artists used Android’s operating system and free 3D printing software found online to create their models, which were fabricated using a 3D printer modified to output chocolate instead of its regular plastic filament.

Talent from Am I Collective, Orijin, and Studio Multi will be featured along with Dale Halvorsen’s illustrator alter-ego Joey Hi-Fi, and others. The Museum of African Design in Johannesburg will display Chocnology to the public for just four days — November 7 through 10.

Photos of the works have not yet been released, but you can take a sneak peek below:

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Source: Marketing Update

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