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The Metropolitan Museum of Art, #Made

Samples, remixes and replicas of the Met Collection #made all over the world by operators The Replicator, by MakerBot #Met3D

seeing buddha, derived from Head of Buddha ca. 570, digitized at #Met3D in 2012 and #made by anamarva

capturing buddha by anamarva, derived from Head of Buddha ca. 570 and digitized in 2012 at #met3D

Burgonet by PrettySmallThings.

Head Audio Glitch w. sml base by tomburtonwood.

Influence by jbakutis.

Marble Head of a Youth (A.D. 117-161) by jbakutis.

'Memory Installation' by Liz Arum #Met3D

Sphinx of Hatshepsut - Date: ca. 1473 B.C. - Digitized: June 1, 2012 - #Made: June 6, 2012 by OZAR

Head and Shoulders of a Sphinx of Hatshepsut - Date: ca. 1473 B.C - Digitized: June 1 2012 - #Made: June 6 2012

Naiad Decimated to 2736 Polygons by bre, derived from David Neff's 2012 capture of Reclining Naiad by Antonia Canova 1819-1824

Guardian Lion Bookend, born in the Northern Qi dynasty in the mid 6th Century, captured at the Met by John and Svetlana Briscella and #Made on MakerBot #8401

Marsyas by Balthasar Permoser ca. 1680–85, digitized by Jonathan Monaghan on June 1, 2012 at the Metropolitan Museum and #made on June 2, 2012 by GuyFromLe

Bodhisattva of Infinite PEZ Dispension by tbuser, derived from Standing Four-Armed Avalokiteshvara, the Bodhisattva of Infinite Compassion - born in the 8th-early 9th century and digitized by Mike Battaglia at the Metropolitan Museum on June 1 2012

Leda and the Marsyas by JonMonaghan, based on captures from the Met MakerBot Hackathon on June 2, 2012

World Bird Industrial Habitat by MicahGanske, derived from a 19th Century Ona Niha ritual seat at #Met3D

floraleyes by @anamarva - derived from Nydia, the Blind Flower Girl of Pompeii at #Met3D

lionbaby by @anamarva, derived from Marble Statue of a Lion on June 2, 2012 at #Met3D

Reclining Todd, derived from Reclining Naiad of the Met Museum during #Met3D

Hapa Relic by colettemrobbins, created during the #Met3D Hackathon

Bathers Gonna Bathe by MathematicalGastronomist, derived from Jean Antoine Houdon's 'Bather' at #Met3D

Marsyasta by Yono, derived from Marysyas at the #Met3D Hackathon

Future Buddha by zenix, derived from Seated Bodhisattva Maitreya during the #met3D hackathon

Durga Puppet by anneyfresh, derived from 'Standing Female Deity, probably Durga' from the Metropolitan Museum of Art! #Met3D

Bather by Jean-Antoine Houdon 1782, #made by BrianEnigma 2012 - #met3D