Cycles, 925 carat silver square ring, is designed with five movable plates connected to the center. Inspired by the talismans of West Africa, the plates symbolize the fingers, and the main body represents the palm. The designer brings together the idea of constant transformation and change, through infinite cycles and motion. The ring's surface reflects feminine light, and its geometric form represents strength. Cycles is a contemporary expression of rooted traditions and a way of taking them into the future.
The Necklace is very flexible and made from different pieces soldered seamlessly together to cascade beautifully on the women’s neck area. The center flowers rotate and the there is an allowance for to use the left shorter piece of the necklace separately as a brooch The necklace is very light given the 3D shape and complexity of the piece. The gross weight for it is 362.50 grams made is 18 karat, with 518.75 carats of stone and diamonds
Desmond Chan is a self-taught jewelry designer based in Hong Kong. Inspired by everything, from Modern Art to something he sees on the streets. In his designing process, he tries to find a balance between technology and art. In recent years, 3D printing has become a common technique in jewelry making. 3D printing enables the jewelry of design-driven pieces that are not limited by the traditional methods, and eliminated many process steps that can easily be achieved some of the intricate details. Each design is sculpted using Maya and 3D printed in silver and gold.
The collection Natural Beauty was created as a tribute to the Amazon forest, heritage not only to Brazil, but to the whole world. This collection brings together the beauty of nature with the sensuality of feminine curves where the jewelry shape and caress the woman's body.
Luxmea’s Skræp transforms the materiality and formality of a crumpled scrap paper into a charm/pendent by combining digital modeling, 3D printing and traditional lost wax jewelry making techniques. The digital model calculates the structural complexity of crumpled paper and the flow of palm-force while stimulating the chaotic interactive process, thus making each outcome unpredictable and unique. The use of precious metal creates a contrast between futility of scrap paper and luxury, thus giving it a proud new identity to it with an intimation of uselessness.
V, inspired by daily life. researched how to remove discomfort of glasses. real butterfly wings on its body. main structure is teeth hair clip. legs with a magnetic tip can be detached. after removing legs, it can be used as hair clip, bow tie, ornament or clipping objects like a cup. cause V is not so different, it has similar production process as ordinary acetate glasses.
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