Yvonne van Zummeren, Founder and designer at Dyvsign will present at 3D printing Event during the Fashion, Shoes and Accessories session.
Yvonne van Zummeren of Dyvsign will talk about how she became a 3D printing jewellery designer without an education as a jewellery or industrial designer. She also inspires the listeners how they can make their own design dreams come true, and have their own successful company, thanks to the 3D printing possibilities.
About Yvonne van Zummeren
Yvonne van Zummeren (1984) is CEO of and designer at the successful Dutch 3D printing jewellery brand Dyvsign. Dyvsign is at the forefront of developments in the field of 3D printing with conversions to special and exclusive designs. Originally an art historian (Leiden University), Yvonne takes inspiration for her creations from works of art. She sees her wearable designs as a medium, taking the original story from the artist and bringing it across to a wider audience. Dyvsign also wants everyone to know that 3D printing is not all bad (3D printing guns) or futuristic (3D printing organs or on the moon…), but that 3D printing also allows beautiful (jewellery) designs that can be worn right now.
Dyvsign is at the forefront of developments in the field of 3D printing with conversions to special and exclusive jewelry designs. Designer Yvonne van Zummeren (1984) is an art historian who takes inspiration for her creations from works of art. She sees her wearable designs as a medium, taking the original story from the artist and bringing it across to a wider audience.
“During my art history studies, I found that telling the story behind the artwork is a great way for people to become more enthusiastic about art. The art inspired bracelets are printed with a 3D printer, combining both traditional and modern.”
Undeniably the design of wearable Dyvsign creations are real conversation pieces, through the creative process, as well as the narrative and artistic concept. Even though 3D printing is often in the news nowadays, it’s mostly negative (3D printing guns) or very futuristic (3D printing organs, veins, skin or 3D printing on the moon). Dyvsign focuses on 3D printing in the now and shows that 3D printing can produce beautiful and wearable jewelry too.