3D printing has resulted in the creation of a new artifact with craftsmanship and digital technologies. Here, introducing Diana law’s 3D printed jewelry, this intriguing short film sets the tone for this amazing designer that has reached a very refined level of design with mind blowing material possibilities.
This film outlines the groundbreaking aesthetics and the values that are held in this project, where eco sustainable meets the future, and a new form of luxury jewelry is born. Trained as a professional Jewelry Designer, Diana Law also creates unique custom-made fine jewelry pieces for an exclusive clientele. With extended knowledge as a certified Diamond Grader, each of her one-of-a-kind creations unveils the true beauty of precious gemstones through its luxurious and innovative design.
The Sino-American designer based in Paris, Diana Law, is defining the “Post-Couture” movement. Diana Law abandoned her roots in French Haute Couture as a designer and art consultant spanning three continents to establish her 3D couture jewelry and accessories brand in 2014. With high quality 3D printed earrings, necklaces, pendants, rings, bracelets, headpieces and handbags all made with the finest materials and printing techniques in The Netherlands. Her collections explore 3D dimensions through geometric lines and intricate forms uniting technology and elegance to each collection.
Since the new is always intriguing, and technologies are allowing us to bridge gaps between what is possible to create manually and what tremendous forms of creation can be done with it, you can also have a look at Georges Pompidou center ” Imprimer le Monde”, an exhibition curated by Marie-Ange Brayer and Olivier Zeitoun is depicting all new forms and applications in design as its also worth the look to understand better the greatness of this new process, and its evolution in time and space. (The exhibition is open until June 19th).