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3D-Printed Monograms Allow For A Personal Touch Without The Pretense

3D-Printed Monograms Allow For A Personal Touch Without The Pretense
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With Mymo, users can create custom-printed sculptures.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 20 november 2013

Created by design and visual branding agency Ultravirgo, Mymo reinvents personal monograms into 3D-printed “monogram sculptures” that people can use as pendants, keychains, or ornaments.

Traditionally, personal monograms were embroidered on clothing or printed on stationery or other personal items, and they were usually the initials of a person.

Mymo lets users be more open and creative with their personal monograms. It could be any two letters or numbers that mean something to them, and instead of printing or embroidering them, Mymo uses 3D-printing to create sculpture versions of the monograms.

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Mymo allows people to have their own personal mementos or give personalized gifts to someone special.

Users can place their orders through the Mymo creator on the website.

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