I started the “Something Beautiful in Jewellery” series to share visual inspiration from designers who understand advanced manufacturing techniques such as CAD/CAM, 3D Printing, or working with innovative materials.
A growing number of designer jewellery brands who are happily stepping into what was once the preserve of the contemporary art jeweller-- innovative choices of material and method. Here are a few of a growing list of premium and luxury brands which create jewellery using both innovative materials and innovative manufacturing processes:
It's not easy to find an example of generative jewellery design which has successfully cracked the fashion market. But for this month's edition of Something Beautiful in Jewellery, we found one. Today, I bring you the work of one John Robertson and his company VerticesEdge.
My instalment of Something Beautiful in Jewellery comes from a wonderfully unexpected direction– the world of creative hairdressing! Multi-award winning hairstylist Lisa Farrall has recently released a series of
The Ganoksin Project website has posted an article offering an interesting case study in using CAD modelling to amplify a classically designed filigree bespoke engagement ring made for a client commission.