Sean is the master printer and 3D designer, taking Mercy’s paper sketches and digitizing them in a 3D form to be printed. He is proud of using Agile for Print A Pot’s product and business development.
Mercy is the creative designer, marketer, photographer, and the self-designated plant mom. She takes care of the air plants, succulents, and cacti, and also creates the plant arrangements.
Why 3D-printed pots?
Sean has always been a maker. Through Boy Scouts and spending time with his father, Sean has crafted wood shelves, table tops, and more. With Print A Pot, he has developed his 3D design skills to create unique, functional planters. One of his goals is to build a community of 3D designers and eventually provide 3D design lessons.
Mercy is from a long line of gardeners/plant lovers. Her grandfather was passionate about bonsai. Her parents have a beautiful vegetable and fruit garden, and her mother has a growing collection of orchids. Mercy began her own vegetable garden several years ago, and has since become an enthusiast for succulents, cacti, and air plants.
As a married couple, it was only natural to bring these two separate interests together to create 3D printed planters.