3D sculptures of the country's coolest summits

Add a constant to the ever-changing mountain ranges of junk mail and Tiger Beat magazines in your home/office with a model of a real-life one courtesy of TinyMtn, which's making ridiculously cool true-to-scale 3D-printed mini sculptures of the US of A's most storied summits using data culled from the US Geological Survey.Made from a special "white, strong and flexible" material that probably isn't recycled Stretch Armstrongs, the collection consists of detailed topographies for Mounts Hood, Rainier, St. Helens, and McKinley, plus the Yosemite Valley, Grand Canyon, and Zion National Park, each of which sit on a raised pedestal etched with its name, peak elevation, and coordinates.