MYBF line of jewelry interprets traditional shapes of jewelry: diamond ring becomes an elegant giant-size accessory, while necklace and bracelets are very flashy three-dimensional ornaments. It has simple design but with strong lines and bright fashionable colors.
"Thanks to MYBF, every woman will afford a diamond ring of her own", jokes around Orlando Fernandez Flores. The duo create MYBF through digital modeling and a 3D printer. The material used is nylon: extremely light yet very strong and flexible.
"We want to look forward" says Orlando Fernandez Flores, "We wish for this to be just the beginning of a larger MYBFcollection of accessories, that could develop into new families of pieces designed each year by different designers".
(Images credit: MYBF)
MYBF My Best Friend 3D-printed jewelry is available on their Maison 203 store. The price is 25~30 euro each.
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Michael Edward Coke wrote at 2/11/2013 10:15:48 PM:
There is a new product called "Goldie Blox", an 'engineering kit' for girls 5-9. Most of the 'items' look like they could be made with a 3D printer. Wouldn't it be great to soon have a 3D printer available for kids to make their own objects?! The article is in the San Francisco Chronicle of Sunday, Feb 10, 2013. Contact: Carolyn Said: email@example.com Keep up this great Newsletter! Cheers! Mike Coke: firstname.lastname@example.org