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Colorfully Creepy Face Covers
'The Aesthetic of Fears' is 3D-Printed Jewelry Inspired by Insects


By: Michael Hines (Superstar) Aug 6, 13
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Royal College of Art Student Dorry Hsu confronted her fear of bugs by creating ‘The Aesthetic of Fears.’ The collection of 3D-printed jewelry is inspired by creepy crawlies and is a bit unnerving. The collection was 3D printed in clear resin using stereolithography (SLA) and the color was added later by dipping each piece into boiling dye, one color at a time.

The resulting bracelets and rings are creepy, to say the least. While the pieces are certainly colorful and eye-catching, seeing them up close is akin to looking at small insects under a microscope. The bracelets and rings aren’t all that frightening, but the facial accessory takes the cake when it comes to creepiness, looking like something straight out of a horror/sci-fi film.



Source: dezeen
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