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Michael Mueller
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Attended FH Wuerzburg
Lives in 97082, Würzburg, Germany
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A ssssnake… well, to be honest, not my favorite type of animal…
but a little, clever snake-pet would be nice…
living winded around a finger of my hand…
eating annoying mosquitoes and biting bad people!

Silver ring, manufactured via Shapways 3D printing service.
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Really great work!
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The circle of life: eating and being eaten.

Brass pendant, manufactured via i.materialise 3D printing service.
http://i.materialise.com/gallery/greedy-fish-pendant
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This whistle is for commanding people you like! The lovely annyoing sound make them do what you want! “Bring a cup of tea!” or even “… a beer!”, they have to follow you orders. The whistle has a heart on it so they are not allowed be upset! Nevertheless, use it sensible and rule wisely!

Gold Plated Brass Pendant, manufactured via i.materialise.com 3D printing service.
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A while ago, I saw a guy clamping an old plastic bottle between the seat stays of his bike, to use it as a fender. It doesn't look very stable but it was a great idea anyway!
I've designed a mount on my computer and let it 3D printed via Shapeways.
The mount works with most plastic bottles, like Coke, Evian ect. You can  just clip it on your bike - no glue or screws needed!
I've used a bottle which I've cut before. Technical, there is no need to halve it but it looks better this way and it's done easily.
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nice n simple but cool...!
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Stainless steel whistle, manufactured via Shapways.com 3D printing service.

"A dog, man’s best friend.
It was a long way from the wild wolf to the pampered pet dog of these days. Remember, even your tiny terrier is a descendant of this wild and free beasts … show some respect and treat them as friends, too!
In the sprit of this, the whistle is annoyingly loud to both: dogs and humans. So, this is no "silent" dog whistle."

http://www.shapeways.com/model/626076/dog_whistle_pendant.html
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First of all, I missed to read the info about not posting links if they are commercial. Sorry for that, my fault. After I read the "haha" I thought this was from some guy how does not know about the costs of metal printing. Guess this was kind of offending to you cause it seems you run this community so you should no. Sorry, didn't wanted to compromise you. Still think the "haha" was not nice and saying that the design is a copy of another dog whistle is also not OK. Please read my text on the shapeways page. I'm a big fan of antique whistles. Anyway, your community, your rules. Have fun.
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The serpent is one of the oldest and most widespread mythological symbols. It has been associated with good as well as with evil, representing both life and death, creation and destruction. So it's up to you if you see beauty or decay. At least it helps to keep you pants on.
This bronze buckle is ready to use. All you need is a snap on leather belt.
Manufactured via i.materialise.com 3d printing service.
http://i.materialise.com/gallery/b8ce7723-4fbd-4d84-975e-609ff4e71492
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In many cultures, the fox appears in folklore as a symbol of cunning and trickery. Like “Reynard the Fox”, a medieval charistmatic character who is always in trouble but always able to talk his way out of any retribution.
I like to be clever more often, too. Not to trick but to convince when it’s needed. Hope the fox reminds me about that.
The Fox Whistle can be used as a pendant, so it’s always to hand.

Gold Plated Brass Pendant, manufactured via i.materialise.com 3D printing service.
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Gold Plated Brass Pendant, manufactured via i.materialise.com 3D printing service.

In many cultures, the fox appears in folklore as a symbol of cunning and trickery. Like “Reynard the Fox”, a medieval charistmatic character who is always in trouble but always able to talk his way out of any retribution.
I like to be clever more often, too. Not to trick but to convince when it’s needed. Hope the fox reminds me about that.
The Fox Whistle can be used as a pendant, so it’s always to hand.
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A while ago, I saw a guy clamping an old plastic bottle between the seat stays of his bike, to use it as a fender. It doesn't look very stable but it was a great idea anyway!
This 3d printed mount works with most plastic bottles, like Coke, Evian ect. You can just clip it on your bike - no glue or screws needed!
I've used a bottle which I've cut before. Technical, there is no need to halve it but it looks better this way and it's done easily.
http://shpws.me/n923
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Urban rider...
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Designer
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Design, 3D Printing
Employment
  • Pookas
    2011 - present
    3d printed jewelry!
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97082, Würzburg, Germany
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Pookas 3d printed jewelry!
Introduction
The Pooka is a creature of Celtic folklore. It is one of the myriad fairy folk, and, like many fairy folk, is both respected and feared by those who believe in it. According to legend, the Pooka is a deft shape shifter, capable of assuming a variety of terrifying or pleasing forms, and may appear as a horse, rabbit, goat, goblin, or dog.
You might say Pookas do not exist and that is probably right... but the idea of an invisible friend, like a 6-foot rabbit called Harvey, is not so bad!

Pookas unique jewelry was designed in germany and manufactured via 3d printing services around the world!
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www.pookas.de
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  • FH Wuerzburg
    Kommunikationsdesign, 1993 - 1999
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