Consume Less & Create More with 100% Plant-Based, Sustainable 3D Jewellery - Now on Kickstarter
Australian-based Czech Designer Sharka Bosakova Launches Kickstarter Campaign for her 3D / OVA Kinetic Jewellery collection.
By: Sharka Bosakova
The playful and practical 3D / OVA can take you
From urban to coastal landscapes
Each season connecting to the next
Ease and self-expression that follows you on your own journey
3D printed from plant-based filaments; the modular jewellery is at the forefront of sustainable sophistication. The pieces are manufactured through fused deposition modelling and the innovative design allows for uniquely customised experience.
The range of shapes and colour combinations makes the small objects a showpiece brooch, pendant, necklace or even a set of earrings. Each component contains internal magnets for tailored orientation or a combination assembly with additional pieces, allowing the wearer to create their own unique aesthetic statement.
For the Kickstarter campaign, we are offering in black, copper and blue colours our ever-popular Polyhorn, Thorn and exclusively, Ellipse shapes in pairs. All pledges will come with a necklace string and earring attachment. For more information visit Sharka Bosakova on Kickstarter, http://kck.st/
"I was inspired by the rustic textures of the Australian coastal landscape, the lightweight interactive pieces are designed and hand-finished with cutting edge technology and classic European artistry," said the designer, Sharka Bosakova, "Using the magnetic system, you can swap, add and replace components, our next generation accessories allow you to have less but be more."
About Sharka Bosakova:
Sharka Bosakova is a Brisbane-based Czech Designer and Scenographer. She has a Masters degree in Theatre – Set & Costume Design from the Janacek Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Brno, the Czech Republic, and a Master of Arts from the Queensland University of Technology.
As a Designer, she has contributed to the creative industries for over a decade working on projects and productions including theatre, new music, contemporary dance and film. Her experience with the performing arts has informed the kinetic principle of the 3D / OVA jewellery's multifunctional nature.