This is the 4th time Ineke has received such an award in Paris for her jewelry collections.
Earlier Ineke Otte's 3D-printed vase "Rabbit" has won the D-Day Public Award 2012 in the Netherlands.
(vase "Rabbit", credit: Ineke Otte)
The strength of her work is reflected in bright colors and cheerful design. The collections are often based on nature and oriental symbols made of unexpected combinations of materials.
Ineke's work was shown at 20 meters wide billboards in central Paris, in the museum in Chicago, at the presentation of the new movie "Alice in Wonderland 'in London and internationally in many fashion shows and photo shoots.
Using the latest 3D printing technology she creates a variety of jewelry with ladybugs, goldfish, mussels, flowers and vegetables etc. She has received loads of requests for mass production of her design including collections of tableware, cookware, photo frames and glass objects.
Ineke Otte says, "It's very interesting to design a product that is sold worldwide. We live in such a disposable society. But people cherish good design in good quality and it gives personal value."
(Credit: Ineke Otte)
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