Giving 3D printing a soul

Designer Jason Kipp, 28, a Minnesota-born designer living in Israel creates jewelry with perfectly-scaled maps of Jerusalem, Berlin and Istanbul.

By SIMONE SOMEKH
September 9, 2015 16:04
3 minute read.
Rings Jerusalem Berlin Istanbul

(left to right) Rings depicting Jerusalem, Berlin and Istanbul. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Aficionados of Jerusalem’s Old City will now be able to wear a perfectly-scaled map of the UNESCO World Heritage Site on their finger. It’s the concept of a newly launched architecture- inspired series of rings called Invisible Cities.

Each piece of jewelry depicts the urban landscape of a different city. In addition to Jerusalem, there are rings for Berlin and Istanbul.

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