Lanqi Fu

My creations are influenced by my interest in nature, such as insects and marine animals. I love animals and have a particular interest in their form and colour. My work explores vivid surface and light colour styles, because I aim at attracting the audience through my visual and tactile effects. There are some special forms of marine life and plants that make people feel uncomfortable with their innate appearance. I believe that their fascinating movement and form would be an interesting concept to translate into jewellery. I am passionate about working with 3D pen(PLA), because I feel that this technique allows me to communicate my ideas and it is a new and innovative approach in jewellery design.

Ring, Necklace

PLA

40*20*14(cm),2017

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