Queen of hearts
The "Queen of Hearts" Vase is a 3D printing objects which showcase the fusion of two equally-fascinating elements –technological and conceptual. This technology of 3D-printing liberates a designer's opportunity for artistic expression from the shackles of the means of production, seeing as 3D-printing faces nearly no formalistic limitations.
The "Queen of Heart" was presented in "Complastica" Show, that had take place in the Design museum in HOLON at May 2012 for the purpose of raising funds for both Elem (Youth in distress in Israel) and Mifalot Education (Sport for Education, Development and Peace) and Social Project.
Led by Ketter's d-Vision design-hotbed, in addition to other worldly-renowned Israeli designers, a one-off collection, featuring innovative objects which encapsulate within them the promise of a brand new and exciting aesthetic.