On the Cults website, a place designed to connect 3D designers and buyers who want to print 3D objects, comes the second life mug, a 3D printable handle that can turn old jars into fully functional mugs.
This handle is part of Project RE_, an exploration about upcycling in the age of 3D printing. The original idea is from Samuel N. Bernier, our creative director, but we redesigned it for a V2 version, adapted to a European classic: the Jar from "Bonne Maman".
We hope that you'll enjoy this neat design.
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