South Pole Expedition "the Terra Nova mission"

South Pole Expedition "the Terra Nova mission"

June 15, 1910.

An Antarctic expedition can humble even the bravest of explorers.

Everything is and is reduced to a vast, vast desert of snow.

Temperatures that can drop to -37 ° C -40 ° C and cold, very cold winds that can burn and split exposed skin in seconds.

Hostile and unexplored environments. Unknown, unmapped and fascinating.

This is one of the reasons, if not the most important, why a handful of adventurers led by Captain Rober Falcon Scott set sail for the Ross Sea towards the South Pole.

The conquest of the South Pole was not only a scientific expedition, but the most desired exploration also followed by the general public.

Captain Scott reached the South Pole on January 17, 1912 but discovered that the Norwegian Amundsen succeeded in the feat just a month earlier.

Capt. Scott and the entire team perished on the return journey.

This model was created to refine and make vivid in people's hearts an adventure that has inspired past and future generations.









  • XX pieces model in unpainted resin
  • base




  • technical data:

    dim. miniature bust: 75mm

    material: resin and 3D printing

    Project: Di Silvestro Gianpaolo

    3D Artist: Alessio Schirinzi


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