Low Poly Design Contest: Win 3D Printers!

Low Poly Design Contest: Win 3D Printers!

Calling all Pinshapers! This is your chance to mix the old-school cool of low poly designs with the latest in cutting edge 3D printing technology. Design your best low poly version of something awesome and you’ll have a chance to win some amazing prizes. We’ve got THREE 3D printers up for grabs! Wow our judges, and you may be the proud owner of a new 3D printer. 


Design a fantastic low poly creation!

Here are some ideas to get you going for this time’s 3D printing contest:

  • Characters, Celebrities, Historical Figures
  • Animals
  • Cars, Spaceships
  • Art & Sculptures
  • Functional items (planters, phone cases, key hiders, etc) – bonus points if combined with the other categories!

And anything else you can think of! As long as it’s low poly, you’re eligible to enter. For full rules and judging criterion, please visit the official contest page here. 


Win these prizes!

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Judges’ Choice

  • Ultimaker 2 3D Printer
  • A high-resolution 3D print of your winning design

First Place

Second & Third Place

  • A high-resolution 3D print of your winning design

Most Useful, Functional Design

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Meet your judgesRina Dhaka Low Poly Design Contest Pinshape 3D printing contest

Rina Dhaka is one of India’s most famous fashion designers. Her clients include Naomi Campbell, Martha Marzotto, Uma Thurman, Tara Palmer Tomlinson and Vittorio Radice – just to name a few.

At India’s Fashion Week, her work was awarded as the Best Collection for Milan. Her designs are presented in the Louvre in Paris, New York’s Metropolitan Museum, London, Mauritius, South Africa, Dubai, Singapore and Hong Kong.

Currently, you can shop for her work in Anthropology – a United States company that stocks her brand in 175 stores – and other stores across the U.S. You can also find her work in Indomix, Lodenfrey, Munich, Fine Rhine, Hong Kong, Sanskrit and in over 20 boutiques within India.

She is a founding board member of FDCI and a board member on the Crafts Council of India.


Neha Tulsian Low Poly Design Contest Pinshape 3D printing contest

Neha Tulsian is a successful graphic designer. She owns and operates her own graphic design studio and does design work in identity design, communication design, publication design, digital and web design.

Neha is an alumnus of the London College of Communication and a member of the International Society of Typographic Designers. She was invited to exhibit for “20 Under 35” at Alliance Française De Delhi – an event showcasing the work of 20 emerging designers. She has been an esteemed member of the judging panels for various events like Abby Awards and the Designomics Award.


Marlene Fayolle Low Poly Design Contest Pinshape 3D printing contest

Marlène Fayolle, is a Paris-based artist, who has made her own niche when it comes to object painting. She draws from the symbolic universe of contemporary consumerism, incorporating the signs, objects and things that form part of everyday life. Her work captures the timeless moments of perfect tranquility, where memory flits in and out of dream.


Now that you know more about our judges, get your creative juices flowing and design some low poly models! Our 3D printing contest ends on July 31st, 2015.

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