One rabbit stretches itself into a circular ring band...
A ring made from high resolution 3d printed wax and lost wax casting, hand polished to a smooth finish. Features a 1.5 mm thick band, overall width 12.0 mm.
“[Alice] was delighted to find that her neck would bend about easily in any direction, like a serpent. She had just succeeded in curving it down into a graceful zigzag, and was going to dive in.” In the novel Alice in Wonderland, the little girl eats a strange mushroom that allows her to grows taller in ways she never intended. Strange forms are intriguing. Nothing makes sense — yet it is exactly what is seems.
The stretch ring is the imaginative solution to creating a ring using only rabbits. The form was inspired by the sleek curves of contemporary architecture. Forms, however intriguing, do not always have meaning. So while explicit formalism and alien structures flood the market, I find that the rabbit justifies its strange form. The rabbit is relatable and creates an opportunity for meaning and expression. The rabbit was meticulously crafted using digital sculpting and handmade sketches. The ring is made using parametric computer algorithms, which allows the design to adapt across all ring sizes without the rabbit becoming bigger.
* The ring can be tailored to your size at no additional fee. For sizing, please see our in-house guide here.
*For custom commissions, please direct all inquiries to multiplylikerabbits [!at] objectworkshop.com
* A tailored digital model of the product is 3d-printed in high-resolution wax and casted using the traditional technique of lost-wax casting. The raw metal is then carefully polished by hand. Because of the unique process of fabrication, please allow 2-3 weeks to process your order.
Multiply Like Rabbits is a small object workshop designed by Artur Dabrowski. Made with love, NYC.