This is Jana, a teleported teddy.
he just got 3D-Scanned, poly-abused and texturized.

Jana Collection

Jana is 1.5in tall (38mm); perfect for sitting on your desk watching you surf the interwebs.
She is cool, just take some photos every now and then, and she’ll be happy.
Jana loves music, loud and noisy if possible.
Get some of them, and they’ll entertain themselves.

3D-Printed in full color, a very nice material with a sandstone finishing.

Jana Harlequina

Jana is made of 324 triangles, randomly colored.
The primary aspect of Arlecchino was his physical agility.
While generally depicted as stupid and gluttonous, he was very nimble and performed the sort of acrobatics the audience expected to see. The character would never perform a simple action when the addition of a cartwheel, somersault, or flip would spice up the movement.

Jana at the Seven Seas

Jana Rainbow 

Jana fully covered by rainbows.
Because double rainbows are too mainstream!

“In my world, everyone’s a pony and they all eat rainbows and poop butterflies!”  - Dr. Seuss

Jana BathTime

Built with a skin of bubbles and a hollow body.
Inspired by the Pix-Cell works by Kohei Nawa.
3D Printed in Red nylon.

Jana Fetish Black

3D Printed in shiny black glazed ceramics, this Jana got a sleek fetishist look & feel. She is the big sister, 2 inches tall (50mm).

Jana Hong Kong

Topographical Jana,
wrapped with the Hong Kong Harbor

Jana Skeleton

Real bears have bones inside,
Teddy Bears have cotton,
but Jana has polygon vertices.


Jana Sketchy


Jana painted from a kid’s drawing.

Jana and the Urchin Affair

Spike filled Jana, like one of those lovely echinoidea drawn by Ernst Haeckel at the Kunstformen der Natur 


Jana is an ongoing collection of 3DPrinted toys based on a 3DScan of a real teddy bear combined with textures and modeling deformations.

Each Jana model lives digitally in a server, and they are teleported to the physical world just when needed. The toys are made on-demand, they don’t exist until they are bought.


Jana is the real Teddy Bear from a 5 year old girl,
It was scanned using the Autodesk 123D-Catch software,
The cleaning up and re-mesheing was done with MeshMixer.
The texturing and UV mapping was done in Blender.
Mesh edits were done with MeshLab.
Final fixes and file preparation for 3DPrinting was handled with Netfabb.