MUJI Creates 3D-Printed Figurines Of Their Shoppers

MUJI Creates 3D-Printed Figurines Of Their Shoppers
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Japanese new travel range gives customers the chance to win a miniature version of yourself.

Ross Brooks
  • 11 july 2013

MUJI, a brand normally focussed on the simplicity of it’s products and their function has decided to offer something slightly more complex to it’s customers – the chance to win a 3D-printed figuring of themselves, along with a luxury vacation.

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