There’s a distinctly Glitch-like feel to the work of jewellery designer Evgeniia Balashova.
Her 3D printed and precious metal jewellery focuses on an exploration of repetition, movement and the manipulation of grids, along with reiteration of geometrical form. Combining digital technology with traditional hand skills, Balashova piles up multiple layers of nylon powder to build an object, layer by layer. The final result is strong and light and can be dyed, spray painted and assembled into jewellery. We particularly like this Torrent necklace and salmon and cream cheese brooch. Balashova’s jewellery was also on show as part of the One Year On jewellery show at this year’s New Designers.