We truly live in the future. You can apparently just draw up a guitar on your computer machine, then presto! A magic box will dispense a guitar.
These 3D-printed guitars by Olaf Diegel are seriously cool. The Atom guitar (pictured) is "Inspired by oil coalescing on water in atom-like patterns, as seen under a microscope." I'm not crazy about the spider guitar, given that it glorifies the most horrifying creatures on the planet, but the idea of a machine spitting out a flawless guitar body automatically has me pretty fired up. I'd like to build a guitar myself, but the idea of a computer doing it for me appeals to my sense of music as well as to my laziness.
Hopefully someday soon they'll have a 3D-printed Flying V.