Look at this from one side, it's "love." Look at it from the other, it's "hate." Look at it from other angles and it's a bit of a mishmash. Make of that what you will.
I'm not here to talk about philosophy and dichotomy, though. I mostly wanted to play around with shapes and 3D printing and this is a fun test that can be quickly recreated.
Step 1: Create Word Outlines
Step 2: Extrude Words
Extruding the words here is done by choosing Solid > Extrude Planar Curve > Straight. Just choose a decently long extrusion length for each word and you're good.
If you didn't merge the vectors in Illustrator, be sure to merge the letter shapes here by choosing a Boolean Union.
Step 3: Rotate
Step 4: Intersecting
Now all there is to do is to resize it if needed and export an STL file of it so that it can be 3D printed.
Step 5: Print!
Well there are a couple of options. There are sites where you can upload a file and have it printed like Ponoko and Shapeways.
Or, if you're extremely lucky you have access to a 3D printer. These were printed on an Objet30, which is also the grand prize in the Make It Real Challenge.
That's it, hope you're living more on the side of love than hate. Thanks for reading.