The range features characters previously unavailable to fans via traditional licensed deals.

Source3 celebrates 20 years of South Park with 3D-printed figures

Source3 has launched the first set of 3D printed South Park characters in celebration the 20th season of the series.

Available via Amazon and Shapeways, the South Park figure collection features main characters, side characters and characters previously unavailable to fans via traditional licensing and manufacturing.

The line incorporates full-colour 3D prints ranging in scale and styling and the collection will evolve over the three-year partnership will the introduction of new characters.

“We are thrilled to work with South Park, one of the deepest and most incredible portfolio of characters and moments ever created," said Scott Sellwood, head of partnerships at Source3.

"Using 3D printing and on-demand production, we can create an evolving line of character collectables previously unavailable to fans."

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