From the Department of the Strange and Unusual comes the Bear-u-lele/The Ukulele with a Bear Head! Made of plastic (I assume) and printed with a 3D printer, the Bear-u-lele, according to its maker, is playable.
I guess playable is debatable, but you can strum it and get a sound out of it. Check it out in action Here.
If you’re into 3D printing, you can download the files to make your very own Bear-u-lele. It’s an 8mb Zip file.
And while we’re on the subject of 3D printing, if the Bear-u-lele is not your thing, how about a Les Paul Ukulele?
You can download the files for printing the LP Uke Here. This one is a 274kb Zip file.
Somehow I don’t think the makers of plastic Ukes have anything to worry about from 3D printers just yet.