3D printed jewelry is the new hot trend from Hot Pop Factory, a company that is printing stunning jewelry for its customers.
That's right, printing. Using cutting-edge 3D printing technology, artists Bi-Ying Miao and Matt Compeau use their architecture background and architectural design programs to create beautiful necklaces and bracelets that are inspired by their building designs that were too impractical for actual construction. The result is gorgeous, bold conversation starter pieces that you can wear.
Hot Pop Factory is also exploring new ideas with their 3D printed jewelry with 3D printed wood necklaces, hung on beautiful 18k gold chains. The wood is recycled and mixed with a polymer. Each piece is absolutely unique.
Architectural 3D-Printed Jewelry
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Hot Pop Factory Creates Gorgeous Building-Inspired Pieces
By: Leah Abrams - Published: Jul 25, 2013 • References: design-milk