MUJI Creates 3D-Printed Figurines Of Their Shoppers

MUJI Creates 3D-Printed Figurines Of Their Shoppers

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.

Having partnered with All Nippon Airways (ANA), the no-brand wants to promote its latest offering of products, MUJI to GO. Keeping inline with their other offerings, MUJI wants to keep this new range simple, focusing on the mantra “Good Travels with Good Products.”


Entitled MINI to GO, fans of the Japanese brand will have to spend over $30 in-store to receive a receipt that can be used to enter the sweepstakes. There is one holiday up for grabs, along with ten of the 3D figurines for lucky winners.

Even if you don’t find your name being called, customers who buy anything from one of MUJI’s store during the promotional period can visit the Times Square store to have their 3D picture taken. This only requires your receipt, and the resulting 360-degree scan data will be available to download to your PC and smart phone.


For all those who want a chance to immortalize themselves in 3D form, the campaign will be starting on Friday, July 12 through Thursday, August 15 at MUJI stores worldwide.



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