Giannis Antetokounpo, dubbed Greek Freak, was immortalized by our 3D additive printing technology and a marble finish. The life-size statue is 7 feet tall and was first sent to Milwaukee for a JBL-sponsored NBA event at Fiserv Forum before being displayed around the world and ultimately at the NBA Finals.




Additive 3D-printed statue

  • Sanded
  • Painted


We used our largest 3D printer to create a marble-like statue of Giannis Antetokounmpo at life size. In only two and a half weeks we printed all the hollow parts of the Greek Freak’s body wearing the new JBL headphones and holding a basketball. We then filled the plastic shell with a hardening foam to reinforce the shape, sanded the exterior, and coated it with a bonding chemical. Once again we sanded and applied a primer before an artist added the final layers of paint to mimic the veins of real marble — our take on the Greek statue.