qbed Will Present Wearable Art Concept in 3D Print Expo Art Gallery
3D Print Expo photo zone will feature a sculpture by Kristina Ryumina (qbed). The object designed from a photopolymer and glanced with five gold-plated silver earrings with pearls was created on the basis of the photographic self portrait.
Exhibition art gallery will present a 3Dprinted photopolymeric sculpture titled “Think twice of what to think”. Additive technologies were involved within two stages of design: printing the sculpture itself, and creating the jewelry elements.
Author of the object is an artist, 3D printing enthusiast, 3D sculptor and jewelry designer Kristina Ryumina. She created a sculpture model basing on her portrait, and 3D printed it with photopolymeric materials in partnership with 3DPrintus.
One of the most interesting peculiarities of this project is a ‘wearable art’ concept. Wearable elements here are the gold-plated earrings with a message. Artist has been working on the design for several months.
Kristina Ryumina is visionary of qbed – a brand that is developing three sectors: creating art objects with 3D printing, development of unique jewelry as wearable art and promoting of a web portal dedicated to additive technologies and their application in real life.
Art gallery at 3D Print Expo will present a 3D sculptor’s project, welcoming guests to take pictures with a unique “Think twice of what to think” sculpture.