Printed by Parkinson\u2019s is an art collection, consisting of 6 unique pieces, created by the first 3D printer affected with each patient\u2019s personal Parkinson data. Parkinson\u2019s disease is the second most common age-related neurodegenerative disorder after Alzheimer\u2019s disease. It is estimated that 7 to 10 million people worldwide have Parkinson\u2019s and every 9 minutes someone is diagnosed with this pathology. The disease occurs when a decreasing production of dopamine, a messenger substance important for the control of movement, occurs due to a progressive loss of nerve cells in a structure of the midbrain . Being diagnosed with Parkinson\u2019s can have a significant impact on a person\u2019s life: people with this illness are often stigmatized because of their behavior and their uncontrolled movements that attract attention. Printed by Parkinson\u2019s art collection was created with the aim to raise awareness about the disease by advertising agency Innocean Berlin in association with Charit\u00e9 - Universit\u00e4tsmedizin Berlin. Living with Parkinson\u2019s can be tough and even the simplest tasks become challenging: 6 patients from the Charit\u00e9 were asked to name an object that became difficult to use due to the illness. After collecting their disease\u2019s personal data, production company MediaMonks created a 3D copy of the objects, which feature a completely altered appearance in comparison to the originals. The series Printed by Parkinson's was created transferring the neurological data of 6 people with the illness to a 3D printer Firstly, the designer created digital 3D models of the objects selected by the participants. Successively, with an EEH system and an accelerometers patient\u2019s kinetic and neurological data were recorded and used to affect a 3D printer. The 3D-printer, affected by exactly the Parkinson\u2019s data of the patient, produced the objects in bronze according to participants' involuntary muscle movements and tremors, caused by the disease. Printed by Parkinson's makes physically visible the impact Parkinson's has on people life The result is a collection of 6 real stories told through as many unique and totally personal objects - a camera, a pen, a chainsaw, a kayak paddle, a nutcracker and an airplane - making physically visible and tangible the huge impact that Parkinson\u2019s had on these people's lives. The objects and the stories were then assembled together with a website and movies displayed in an art exhibition at the Alte M\u00fcnze Galerie in Berlin to create awareness for Parkinson\u2019s research. Moreover, each art object from Printed by Parkinson\u2019s is for sale and the proceeds go towards funding research projects for Charit\u00e9.