You Can Now 3D Print Your Own KAWS Companion
For those who don’t want to line up.
After making a kimono out of YEEZY BOOST 350 v2 patterns and bringing us the mockup to what a Crocs x ACRONYM shoe might look like, Bryce Wong of creative collective Tricycle recently created a 3D print model of the KAWS Companion doll. The file available for free download features the print for the head and limbs of KAWS sought after designer toy. And although the model is missing a torso, prongs are designed into the pieces so that they can be fastened into a torso of your choosing. Check out the unique 3D printed KAWS Companion dolls above and head over to therealbrycewong.com to download the file.
Also, make sure to check out the graffiti’ed Snoopy plush toys at the KAWS x Peanuts x Uniqlo in-store signing.
- Image Credit
- Bryce Wong