PRLog - March 20, 2014 - SAN FRANCISCO -- Seeplus, a new Oakland, CA based accessories company, created 3D printed stainless steel, brass and sterling silver LEGO jewelry on the world’s leading 3D printing marketplace, Shapeways. The collection features the universally known childhood building blocks with a high-tech fashion remix.
©+ 3D printed gold steel LEGO two finger ring
“We are excited to launch an online store on Shapeways. It’s no secret how 3D printing has altered the maker and design industry, but its also revolutionizing the way designers and fashion lovers connect. Now Seeplus can rapidly design and deliver unique wearable art for our fans worldwide,” states Chris Mueller, lead designer and founder of Seeplus.
Merging fashion and technology was only a matter of time for the Oakland based designer. The Bay Area is notoriously known for its technological innovation and 3D printing has created a special niche for designers in the maker community. Seeplus 3D LEGO rings will be printed on-demand by Shapeways in matte black steel, polished 24k gold steel, and premium sterling silver. Retail prices for the collection range from $125 - $600.
Visit the ©+ Shapeways shop here: http://www.shapeways.com/
The Seeplus mission is to remind you that you’re never too old to play. In their wildest day dreams, they hope to build a DIY culture of play around the world where people come together to make fun experiences, exchange gifts and unearth common ground. The company plans to release 4 new accessory designs for women and men by Fall 2014.
Visit www.seeplus.co to find the full accessories collection.