3D printing experts Arty Lobster are hoping to meet Channel 4’s Supervet Noel Fitzpatrick at Britain’s biggest dog festival this coming weekend – to present him with a mini me of his cute Border Terrier Keira.
Arty Lobster are exhibiting at DogFest, which is taking place at Windsor Great Park for the first time (25-26 June). The show dubbed ‘Britain’s biggest dog festival’ will be a hive of all things doggie and a brilliant day out for all dog lovers.
London-based Arty Lobster takes 3D tech to the limits by creating items that are truly bespoke and unique. Highly skilled artists create the 3D pet sculptures from customers’ photos of their pet, which are then 3D printed before being delivered to the customer.
Lars Andersen, Founder and MD of Arty Lobster, said: “We wanted to be part of the first Dogfest to be held at Windsor and decided that we must have a stand there. We have a huge amount of respect for Noel and his pioneering work in saving animals’ lives and improving the lives of countless others’, and so were excited to find out that he would be there too.
“The Keira sculpture is something fun and unique that hopefully he will like and think is a good likeness of Keira. We would love a chance to catch up with him at DogFest and give him the sculpture. Perhaps he’d like to pop by our stand when he’s free? We’d love to meet him.”
Arty Lobster produces 3D prints in three options, including sandstone, porcelain and bronze with prices starting at £140.