A designer from Orlando Florida has gotten in on the "Bridgegate" hoopla by creating and selling a commemorative Governor Chris Christie figurine , created by a 3-D printer.

According to NJ.com, Designer Fernando Sosa created a palm-sized replica of Governor Chris Christie directing traffic to poke fun at September's controversial lane closure at the George Washington Bridge for a reported traffic study. The figurine depicts the governor holding a stop sign while wearing a crossing guard jacket and a traffic cone on his head.

The figurine, which is the first 3D figurine of its kind, sells for $37.87. Sosa got the inspiration from the governor's press conference. Sosa used images from the internet, including Christie's now famous Time Magazine cover. You can see various photos of Sosa's creation by clicking here.