Cthulhu board game.
Reader Bert found this, and in his function as an engineer, he comments:
It may not be obvious at first, but 3D printing is the only way to make the game pieces shown in that article. At least some of the pieces are impossible to mold, no matter what technique would be used. And those pieces that could be molded would end up being very expensive because they would have to be made as multiple parts, each part requiring a complex and expensive mold, and then assembled by hand.
But since we're not talking of your typical 10$ board game, 3D printing is a viable option even for production (a single 25K$ printer could make a few dozen pieces every day).
True mass-production of the game would require the pieces to be greatly simplified and reduced in size; that certainly would no longer be art...