Zimarty Launches New 3D Printed Jewelry Inspired by the Hilbert Curve
During the height of the pandemic, Zimarty came out with a fashionable face mask inspired by origami design principles that’s become one of the most popular items we sell in the Design Milk Shop. The Los Angeles-based design studio hasn’t forgotten their roots in 3D printed jewelry though as they’ve just launched a new, four-piece collection. The Zimarty Loop collection comprises a necklace, bracelet, ring and earrings, each with an interwoven three-dimensional form.
When designing the collection, they found inspiration in the Hilbert Curve, a continuous, space-filling curve discovered by German mathematician David Hilbert in 1891. Zimarty first studied the curve and after coming up with multiple versions, they transformed the simple two-dimensional pattern into a complex, three-dimensional structure to adorn the body like wearable architecture.
The Loop Necklace is fully 3D printed from a strong yet flexible nylon-based polymer that’s comfortable to wear. The Loop Bracelet, Loop Ring and Loop Earrings are fully 3D printed in black rhodium-plated brass with a smooth, glossy surface.