Lynne mostly makes jewellery that's 3D-printed, hand-dyed and hand-finished. She's currently experimenting with pushing the scale of her work.
Find out more about her process in the video below.
Finding this kind of 3D-printing more accessible than some of the kinds related to precious metals, Lynne also liked the fact that you can hand-dye it any colour.
It's also quite a light material, but still strong, which is perfect for jewellery.
Digital tools are a vital part of Lynne's work. Using a CAD programme, she has a playful approach when it comes to software.
But it's the combination of the digital with the hand-finishing that Lynne feels elevates her work. it also brings a human warmth to it. This results in a magic quality in her work, as the pieces change from different angles.
For our shop, Lynne made two brand new pieces: a pair of earrings and a ring, both inspired by our building. We love the visual delight Lynne achieves through her designs and can't stop looking at her pieces from every angle!
Follow Lynne on Instagram to get a real sense of her beautiful work.
Make Works Collaboration
To help tell the stories behind some of the wonderful collaborations in our shop, we have been working with leading Scottish design studio Make Works.
Originating in Scotland and extending throughout the UK, Make Works now have an international reach, including regions in the UAE and Sweden.
Make Works source local manufacturers, workshops and materials, beautifully capturing the people behind them and making them available through their open access platform. Since 2013, Make Works have visited and documented almost 200 factories and manufacturers, encouraging those in the creative industries to have work made locally or independently.
With their profound knowledge of Scotland’s creative industries and talent for storytelling, Make Works are the perfect partner to showcase a selection of our retail collaborations.