We want to investigate the possibilities of using reaction diffusion in 3D printing. So far this has only been done with mathematical formulas that are translated into a 3D structure. We will use the Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction to create similar structures in a natural way. These structures might have interesting properties which can be applied in prototypes or products. We will also translate other natural processes into 3D prints to explore more structures and to see the advantage it has in visualizing information.