Blueberries 3-D jewelry

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3-D Blueberries From the Czech Republic

Thursday, February 14th, 2013

Photos by Adéla Havelková

We can't help but be fascinated by 3-D printing: we've seen it in type, in architecture, and just about everything else. So of course we're digging Blueberries, a new jewelry and accessories brand created by Czech designers Markéta Richterová and Zbyněk Krulich at the time of blueberry ripening in the summer of 2012. Their first collection of jewelry produced by 3-D print technology was presented at the Designblok in Prague.

Their inspiration, they say, comes from natural structures, both organic and inorganic, and they play with light, matter, composition, scale, and geometry. The current collection of light and flexible earrings, rings, and more is made of nylon, and they plan to incorporate transparent acrylate, stainless steel, silver, and gold into future lines. 

The moody photo shoot by Adéla Havelková makes the collection seem awesomely larger than life, but we promise they're fit for regular-size humans.

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