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12 AM Design

The In A Word Collaborations project brings artists together to create new products and pieces by freeing the imagination first. All projects start with the ideas and sketches of an individual artist based on their interpretation of a concept, with no restrictions on their ideas whatsoever. The sketches are then honed through design processes and a group with specialized skills, figuring out how to bring their ideas to reality and create completely unique, never-before-seen pieces.

By starting with artists and designers and not boxing them in with tech specs, freeing them from the need to tinker with technical skills and the computer, the In A Word project hopes to bring fresh and unique ideas and designs to people through raw creativity and talent.

In A Word project's first series, Snow, ushers in the winter season and asks artists to bring their own interpretation and meaning to the word "Snow". Their ideas are then taken and transformed into pieces of fine 3D printed jewelry. By using the 3D printing process, ideas that would be impossible to make otherwise can be made, expanding the possibilities for artists to express their concepts and create jewelry that is also art.

 If you are interested in participating in the In A Word project, please email hi@danieljchamberlin.com.

        
About
I like to make stuff. Growing up, the margins of all of my notebooks had doodles. I guess that never really stopped. Today, I work as a designer and illustrator, making all sorts of things from the very low tech (pencil and paper, brush and canvas) to high tech (games, websites, 3d printed products, apps and so on). Seeing things come to life is an essential joy that fuels me.

I like making physical things as well as digital things. The two worlds shouldn’t be kept separate, they operate under the same principles. It’s only by pretending that the virtual world is not connected to the physical one that we have become sort of disjointed on the whole thing. Like a good story, you can’t stay in any one world forever. You have to find a balance.

More at: http://danieljchamberlin.com
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