3D Printed Roses by Makeshop are the Future of Romance

By: Meghan Young - Feb 6, 2014
References: makeshop.brit.co & theverge
Valentine's Day is just over a week away and for those who are looking for that special gift for that special one, a good start would be with the 3D Printed Roses. It is a techy take on the traditional bouquet, which could easily win points, especially when it comes to nerdy girlfriends and boyfriends.

Created by Brit + Co's MakeShop, the 3D Printed Roses are, unfortunately, only available to those residing in the San Francisco, California, area. Working in collaboration with Taskrabbit, these faux flowers will make their way to loved ones for only $25 a pop, which includes shipping. A hundred dollars gets people a dozen roses. Although the price may seem pretty steep, the 3D Printed Roses will last a lifetime and in perfect condition to boot.