Richard Elaver Uses 3D Printing to Create Jewelry and Everyday Objects

By: Sarah Robson - Published: May 25, 2012 • References: designercraftsman.bigcartel & coolhunting
Richard Elaver uses 3D printing to create jewellery and everyday objects. To do this, Richard Elaver has created various art designs and technology using spherical forms through computer effects, and then develops them in real life. Elaver is a designer and has a metalsmith background so he combines this with industrial design techniques to produce his work. His work has spread worldwide, and has been featured at the NY Hall of Sciences and The National Ornamental Metal Musuem. 

Elaver has created the ‘Torpedo’ and ‘Sprung’ pen as lightweight, durable and sustainable objects that have a distinct look. The feminine jewellery he has produced like ‘Drips,’ ‘Cluster’ and ‘Clasp’ are fashionable necklaces also created through 3D printing. Stats for Vivid Featherweight Designs Trending: Older & Mild
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