Opening on the 21st of July – Belgium’s National Day – BELvue Museum is launching its new permanent exhibition, which celebrates nearly two centuries of Belgian accomplishments in history, design and innovation. Visitors will be able to follow the history of Belgium, which will be illustrated by plenty of unique artefacts including Val-Saint-Lambert crystal, the motorcycle of King Albert II, a football signed by the Red Devils and most excitingly for us, two objects printed in 3D by Materialise!
What does Materialise have in common with UPS? One thing is that they both have the same problem-solving attitude like in this commercial where UPS asks companies to bring “your sticky notes, sketch books, scribbles” to solve problems.
National Geographic’s yellow portrait frame is one of the most iconic logos around. The yellow frame surrounds some of the most amazing images possible to capture with a camera, with high-quality, beautiful photos that reveal the world around us and beyond. For this reason, many of us have grown up surrounded by stacks of National Geographic magazines, either at home or at the houses of family and friends, for generations. This is not just a magazine, it is part of our collective experience and memory.
What do you do when you love your work and have a Friday afternoon off? Right, you invite the class of your 10-year-old son and explain 3D Printing to them. Momentarily, they are learning all about topics under the theme “building”, so the timing was perfect.