Barcelona-based design firm GrowthObjects has released a set of botanically-inspired 3D printed jewelry.
According to GrowthObjects’ Project Designer Xavier Tutó, the new collection is:
A set of jewels inspired by dandelions, bird’s nests, tree branches and sea corals in sintered polyamide and Nordic moss.
We find the collaboration between advanced 21st century 3D printing and good old nature quite compelling. The designers have brilliantly matched the two forces into several unique designs.
As you might expect, you cannot download and print these beautiful items yourself. But you can hit their web store where you can purchase your own professionally printed copy.