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INSIDE THE PRINT JEWELLERY

About this project

These jewellery designs are inspired by the space that is digitally designed out of 3D rendered objects in order for them to be printed in the most economical way. These objects are printed hollow, they are supported by an internal structure that allows them to appear solid from the outside. ‘Inside the print’ is blocky and reminiscent of cityscapes or pixels. Casting these forms in transparent glass I am able to create wearable jewellery that reveals the digital detail ‘inside the print.’

Pricing

£15 — £87

Keywords

3d PRINTING, DIGITAL DETAILS, INSIDE THE PRINT

Disciplines

Technology, Glass, Jewellery, Printing

Materials

Glass, Precious metal
Inside the Print, cast glass drop earrings
Photographer: Clash & Clash
Pair of yellow Geometric triangular Glass drop hang earrings with a central hole for a small brass cube and sterling silver earring wire. Transparent Glass available in beautiful colours! With a combination of polished interior surfaces and matte edges. Glass measures approx 20mm, drop measures approx 40mm length.
Geometric cube brass stud earrings
Photographer: Clash & Clash
Pair of geometric brass cube earrings soldered onto sterling silver posts with butterfly backs. Hand made and hand finished, surface textures may vary- these items will never mass produced. The cubes are hollow, from some angles they look solid, others you can see right through them, always different, they measure 3.5mm.
Inside the Print, cast glass drop earrings
Photographer: Clash & Clash
Pair of purple Geometric triangular Glass drop hang earrings with a central hole for a small brass cube and sterling silver wire. Transparent Glass available in beautiful colours! With a combination of polished interior surfaces and matte edges. Glass measures approx 20mm, drop measures approx 40mm length.

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