An idealist with the highest hope for the human condition and its potential to change the world through great ideas. I aspire to create meaningful products, visuals and experiences.

One enterprising 3-D printer received a cease and desist letter from Katy Perry's Lawyers

Fernando Sosa, who 3-D prints politically themed sculptures (a number of which are "not safe for work") and sells them online. This time he went decidedly apolitical, creating and printing a Left Shark figure, which he put up for sale for $24.99, shortly after the Katy Perry Super Bowl 49 Performance.

CNN got wind of the story and what fascinates me about the article is that manufacturers and product developers are unaware of the potential disruption 3D Printers will have in their  industries.  It's only a matter of time before 3D Printers become ubiquitous that retailers will realize the threat millenials pose when they realize products can be 3D Printed anywhere and no longer need to expense time, energy, shipping costs and sometimes travel to purchase a good.