Because “Deceptively Modern Jewelry: 1940s–1980” goes back in the vault on Nov. 15. Hosted by the esteemed

Because “Deceptively Modern Jewelry: 1940s–1980” goes back in the vault on Nov. 15. Hosted by the esteemed antique and estate jewelry A La Vieille Russie (ALVR) in New York City, it’s a small gathering of treasures you can easily squeeze in on a lunch break or in between appointments in the Diamond District. Afterward, you’ll skip your way through the rest of the day, uplifted by what you’ve seen, even on the grayest of November days. (Magnify this feeling by a 1,000 if you actually buy something!) The 70 designs are inspiring, wildly luxe, exceedingly rare, and perhaps most interesting of all, completely relevant in a modern-day context. ALVR director Peter Schaffer curated the works and also included some couture fashion from the represented decades in collaboration with couture and vintage fashion dealer Katy Kane. Featured jewelry designers include Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Mauboussin, Verdura, Pierre Sterlé, Angela Cummings, David Thomas, and Andrew Grima, among others. There are quite a few matching sets, most notably an engraved group of bracelets and earrings that is so perfectly 1970s glam (pictured below). It’s by master 20th-century jewelry artist Georges L’Enf...

» Interview with Manuela Pipino of Stereolithography & DLP Company Lumi Industries Interview with Manuela Pipino of Stereolithography & DLP Company Lumi Industries | 3DPrint.com

Lumi Industries is an Italian company specializing in stereolithography 3D printers. We covered the company’s Kickstarter launch in 2015, the launch of their DLP printer, the Lumifold foldable printer and their debut at MakerFaire Rome. In addition to printers the company also develops and sells resins and does projects such as a handy text to braille converter or a low-cost braille display. The company now has VVD a Volumetric Visualization Device for 3D files, the teeny tiny Lumifold Tab and the LumiPocket LT. A few years on we found it pertinent to catch up with Lumi Industries via Co-founder Manuela Pipino to see what the company is up to. Lumi Industries is an Italian startup born in 2014 from a maker’s dream with a mission: to make 3D printing’s benefits available to a wider number of users. In 2013, Davide Marin, Lumi Industries founder, presented a project in 3D Printing called Lumifold, the first portable and Foldable 3D printer. The project was showcased at the first European Maker Faire in Rome the same year and launched through an Indiegogo campaign. Lumifold received a lot of interest globally and we understood we were on the right path. We decided to dedicate full ...