Shapeways Teams up with Kimberly Ovitz for 3D Printed Jewelry

The new Kimberly Ovitz line of jewelry on Shapeways is ready to bring out your inner superheroine, thanks to the powers of 3D printing.

Ovitz’ new line was inspired by the idea of “natural defense,” which in practice means form-fitting jewelry that, in this case, looks like it was lifted right out of a comic book. The Coelom Bracelet and Squama Ring are similar – both wrap around the pointer finger and hand in a delicate spiral, and come in either stainless steel or flexible nylon. The bracelet extends a little further, wrapping around the hand completely before terminating at the wrist. The Thana Earcuff and Spicules Earhook are worn around the ear, and neither require piercings. The Spicules combined with the Prosoma Necklace look like they’d be a pretty solid duo if you’re planning on making the career jump to masked crime-fighter.

Each piece in the collection is made via 3D printing, meaning each order can be custom made to fit the wearer properly, which looks like it would be a must for those two earpieces. All five pieces in the Kimberly Ovitz with Shapeways line can be purchased now – prices range from $35 to $95, except for the Prosoma Necklace, which is quite a bit more expensive at $250.

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