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New company sells unique limited edition jewelry created exclusively with innovative 3D printer technology - modern pieces for modern women who view fashion as art.
Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) February 19, 2014
Artist and designer Hannah Robinett has launched her debut collection of limited edition 3D printed jewelry. Mynlyns goal is to provide unique jewelry that is only produced in limited quantity - just like a work of art. Each piece is creatively designed in Brooklyn, NY. Once a final 3D printed prototype has been made, the design is produced in gold, silver, bronze and nylon.
After the companys launch in November 2013, customers raved about the distinct look of the 3D printed pieces and simplistic designs, which range from $50.00 to $575.00. Claudine Williams, founder of photography blog The Streets of Tribeca reviewed the pieces saying, Jewelry by mynlyn is beautifully modern, and I love that they are limited editions designed in Brooklyn.
About the designer: Hannah has lived in New York City since 2006. She is a designer at a tech startup and became particularly intrigued with the ground-breaking technology of 3D printing. Since so much of my work is done on a computer, the idea of bringing what I create to a tangible form is intriguing. Combining three areas I'm passionate about--design, art, and tech--is a dream come true. I'm excited for mynlyn to provide some of the most unique and beautiful jewelry on the market."
To view the collection, visit http://www.mynlyn.com. Samples available upon request.
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