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Dec 31, 2016
I can't believe that it has been three years since I designed and made my first 3D printed jewelry!
Since then, I've attended lots of events and shows. If I didn't walk out of my studio and chat with different people, I would never know how happy I can feel when I see the smiles of the customers trying on my designs!
The miraculous thing is, when I see different people wear my jewelry with their own style and personality, it gives me more inspiration to design the next piece. At the end of the day, my work is all about how to see the beauty in people with a fresh perspective and use the jewelry as a metaphor to outline these qualities.
The more I see and feel, the more imagination I have to express through my designs. I am truly appreciative of the people I've met at the events along the way. I can't wait to have more conversations this summer with all of you, and to share my new designs!
I really appreciate the chance to be part of this delicate show!
To see the complete description about the winning design, see our previous blog post:
For more pictures of the event, visit:
I'm excited to share this new prototype design with you! The production version should be available to order soon. Be sure to check back for updates!
Mahuika is the name of the Māori fire deity, whose spirit I wanted to express in the silver reflections, evocative of glistening flames, which are visible in the movable structure of this necklace.
Every element is designed thoughtfully as an individual form and also as part of an overall gesture to be draped around the neck. This necklace intends to show a system for taking advantage of 3D printing technology while treasuring the traditional silver casting and polishing techniques.
The design is composed of linking one-of-a-kind elements which will adjust to the wearer’s body. Because all the elements are separate, they can be cast and polished to a beautiful finish. Additionally, elements can be added or removed to reach a desired length.
With this necklace I hope to integrate the uncompromising form allowed by 3D printing with the passionate spirit of fine silver craftsmanship.
Scott J Grunewald wrote a great article about us over at 3dprintingindustry.com! Check it out!
Excited to have one of my designs shown on TechCrunch for a new 3D printing jewelry company!
It's nice to be included in Brit+Co.'s "20 Must-Have Pieces of 3D Printed Jewelry".
Love the quality of the website. : )
I'm glad to be presented in the gallery of the new Argentinian website: THE 3D CRAFTERS~
Please check it out!