About Me / Contact


Are you interested in having your own custom designed 3D print for promotion, jewelry, art, architecture or engineering? Or perhaps a 3D computer animation or a logo design?

Please feel free to email me for a quote at:


Or fill in the contact form here: Contact Brian Drescher Designs

Feature: Brian Drescher’s 3D printed design of Vincent van Gogh’s “Amandelbloesem”, is now for sale in only two places on Earth, in the van Gogh Museum  Amsterdam, and right here in the Shop.

Amandelbloesem 3D
Amandelbloesem 3D

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About me – “A life story of 3D animation, design, visualization, and 3D printing”…

My name is Brian Kieth Drescher (the doctor spelled “Keith” wrong on my birth certificate). I was born in Milwaukee Wisconsin in the USA. I studied medical and scientific illustration at the university of Oshkosh in Wisconsin, and I also studied design and animation. My dream was always to work in the film business, but I love science and all art, so medical / scientific illustration was a perfect and realistic way to pursue both fields. After graduating at the top of my class as an illustrator I worked briefly for the design studio Conrad Schmidt Studios as an illustrator, but then an opportunity presented itself that would change me for the rest of my life. A position as illustrator / computer controlled camera operator was posted for the animation studio Animagination in Racine Wisconsin became available. Since I had already built my own animation – rostrum camera from scratch, I was quickly offered the job.


ATOMIXZ  is the fine handcrafted 3D printed jewelry designed around the “Atomz” from Brian Drescher Designs.

ATOMIXZ 3D Printed Jewelry

with ATOMIXZ 3D Printed Jewelry questions use this email address:


Black Sea
Atomixz – Black Sea




Brian Drescher Designs objects and ATOMIXZ 3D Printed jewelry can be found in the following locations:


ATOMIXZ 3D Printed Jewelry

Cobra Museum
Cobra Modern Art Museum

Fates - Leiden
Fates Jewelry

NEMO Science Center Amsterdam
NEMO Science Center Amsterdam

Teylers Museum
Teylers Museum, Haarlem

van Gogh Museum Amsterdam
van Gogh Museum Amsterdam

KunsthalKade Amersfoort
Art museum Amersfoort

Here is an animation that consists of only 12 images in an endless sequence: