Sunday, December 28, 2014

MoPA Sign for Peripheral Fans

You, the random visitor and occasional reader of this blog, might want more from this abstract relationship based on musings to an invisible audience. So as the year winds down, I would like to make available a small gift of my gratitude for your attention and a tangible keepsake: a little MoPA sign that will fit in the palm of your hand, which you can replicate on a 3D printer. If you do not have a 3D printer, you can download the file and send it off to someone offering 3D prints for a small fee, as I have seen on sites such as Fiverr, where you can make this size print for $5. If you go that route, search for "3D print" or "3D model" and you will see a bunch of offerings for people to print the MoPA sign file.

You can download the file for free from my Thingiverse post: Art Lab sign. Click on "Download This Thing!" and then select the "MoPAsign.stl" file. It is a little bit larger than a business card so it won't use up too much filament or take too long to print, and my first print of it last night came out really clean.

Print it out, keep it on your night stand, drill holes in it and hang it from your bike seat, or...better yet - mount it next to a peripheral art project you see out there in the world.

Thanks for keeping it real!