Manhattan/Brooklyn 3D-Printed Skyline
This 4′ x 6′ sculpture is a 1:3000 scale 3D-map of Manhattan created using FDM additive manufacturing (3D printing). The map features every service road, bike path, bridge, building, and highway in this area of the city.
- Additive-Manufactured with Siraya Tech Resin from California
- Comes with pre-mounted Z-Clips for easy hanging
- Free-Floating shadowbox frame with Aluminum backing Made In America
- All sales are final on original art
- Shipping included
- 48x72x6” (the One World Trade and Central Park Tower both stand out 6” from the wall)
3D-printed map of the Manhattan skyline to 1:5000 scale
Every building height is created using accurate 3D map data
Architects 3D-modeled the tallest and most iconic buildings so you can see the unique architecture of the skyline.
The Hudson River, East River, and the lakes and reservoirs of Central Park are made of stained white oak veneer, laser-cut to sub-millimeter precision and epoxied in place.
Every road/highway/train/footpath all raised to varying heights depending on traffic.
Famous Buildings: Chrysler Building, The Cloisters, The Dakota, Empire State Building, Flatiron Building, Grand Central Terminal, Guggenheim Museum, Macy's, Madison Square Garden, and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Famous Stadiums: Citi Field, Yankee Stadium, Madison Square Garden, Barclays Center, MCU Park, New Balance Track & Field Center at the Armory.
Famous Parks: Central Park, Riverside Park, Bryant Park, Washington Square Park, The High Line, Inwood Hill Park, Tompkins Square Park, Prospect Park, Brooklyn Bridge Park, McCarren Park, Fort Greene Park, and Astoria Park.
Famous Roads: Broadway, Park Avenue, St. Mark’s Place, 5th Avenue, Washington Street, Wall Street, Crosby Street, Doyers Street, and Riverside Drive.
The piece can be larger or smaller (or horizontal) between 84x48” down to 12x12”depending on which parts of the map you want to show. Please shoot me email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss.
This map of the skyline is made of a series of 10x10” custom-made 3D-printed digital sculptures. The material is a resin that resembles marble. Many people assume it’s hand-carved stone when they see it!
The 10-15 tallest and most famous buildings are modeled by a professional architect in 3D software so that they have more detail and are easily recognizable. The bulk of the data was gathered from OSM, an open-source 3D map of the world.
The water is represented by locally sourced white oak rift veneer that is stained blue with a distilled alcohol stain and laser-cut to within a fraction of a millimeter precision. Special cutting files are created using Blender that perfectly correspond to the city. Each tiny piece of wood is then epoxied onto the 3D-print.