Jeremy Burnich has wowed us many times with the beautiful, unique 3D printed jewelry and other art he has created through his company, Joy Complex. That's not all he does, though - Burnich is also a huge racing fan, and he channels his love for the sport into a second business called 3D-Racetracks, which, unsurprisingly, sells miniature 3D printed versions of famous racetracks. Burnich was recently approached by tire manufacturer Pirelli to 3D print a special commission for the release of their new tires, and he was also given the opportunity to branch out further when MotoGP racer Alvaro Bautista asked him for a 3D printed selfie. Read more at