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unellenu by Janelle Dehanne Wilson explores intricate structures and patterns. Jewelry, lighting and sculptural pieces are included in her collection.
unellenu design by Janelle Dehanne Wilson explores intricate patterns and structures. Her work includes jewellery, homewares, sculpture and lighting. Six unellenu designs are featured in the exhibition Out of Hand: Materialising the Digital at the Museum of Applied arts and Sciences in Sydney Australia (formely the Powerhouse Museum) https://maas.museum/event/out-of-hand-materialising-the-digital/  These include a 3D printed handbag, a shoe prototype, jellyfish lamp, wing earrings, a large necklace and a sterling silver pendant with a star sapphire at the centre.


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