The Faire Play Battle Set by Jim Rodda is Made Up of Three Suits

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jul 22, 2014 • References: reddit & theverge
A collection of 3D-printed Barbie armor is now made available to girls and boys who have always dreamed of making the iconic doll more badass. Although Mattel is introducing a slew of new roles for Barbie, the latest being an entrepreneur, this 3D-printed Barbie armor encourages more traditionally imaginative narratives in an untraditional way.

Created by 3D designer Jim Rodda, his 3D-printed Barbie armor made headlines back in March when he launched a Kickstarter campaign. Since then, he has added a third costume and dubbed the entirely collection the Faire Play Battle Set. The Verge reports, "Rodda is selling the files to print your own copies under a Creative Commons license for $29.99, and is encouraging people to build upon his original designs." Stats for 3D-Printed Barbie Armor (UPDATE) Trending: Older & Mild
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