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View Resource The New Yorker: The Factory of Fakes

In a recent issue of The New Yorker, Daniel Zalewski penned this fascinating article about Factum Arte, a workshop based out of Madrid with galleries in Madrid, London, and Milan that display facsimiles of famous artifacts and works of art. The artistic team creates these facsimiles using three-dimensional printing. Founded in 1998, Factum Arte currently features replicas of King Tut's tomb and...