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JESSICA NOBLE
LONDON
PRESS RELEASE

December 2013

3D PRINTED CHRISTMAS STAR UNVEILED AT LONDON’S SCIENCE MUSEUM
London Jewellery Designer,
Jessica Noble has had the
exclusive privilege of designing this
dramatic star to adorn the Directors
Christmas Tree at London’s
internationally renowned Science
Museum.
A collaborative project with
Renishaw and EPSRC
(Nottingham University), it is made
from 3D printed Nylon, 97 3D
printed Titanium stars and Carbon
Fibre rods. It was revealed at the
Science Museum by Director Ian
Blatchford on 10th December
2013.
Intrigued by the developments in
3D printing and having spent the
last 12 months researching and
exploring the creative capacity for
this technology, Jessica has
designed The Mandlebrot
Christmas Star to celebrate how
3D Printing can offer great
advantages in creativity, design
and production. The design is a
dramatic showcase of the 3D
printing process, harnessing the
ability to create intricate repeating
forms that could be considered
unviable by traditional hand
techniques.

printing as a production method,
the design embraces how the
undulating patterns and repetitive
forms combine together to create a
harmonious whole.
Jessica graduated in Jewellery and
Silversmithing from the Cass
School of Art, London in 2013, and
has been awarded several industry
awards for craftsmanship,
innovation and design.

tool to enhance her existing design
and production methods.
Jessica exhibits across the UK,
works on commission to create
individual pieces and also on
freelance design projects.
The Mandlebrot Christmas Star will
be on public display at the Science
Museum from January 2014 to
May 2014.

This year Jessica has launched her
own studio, Jessica Noble Design,
specialised in designing and
making fine jewellery collections
with an on trend and playful edge.

-Ends-

Jessica’s design processes
combines integrity with fun and
innovation, and with a trained
background in both traditional craft
and new technologies, Jessica has
been working with 3D printing as

press@jessicanobledesign.com

Exploding into the surrounding
space, its recurrent pattern was
born from the visual beauty of
fractal shapes.
Based around the self-repeating
forms found within the Mandelbrot
Set, through the advantages of 3D

www.jessicanobledesign.com

For further press information or
photography, please contact
Jessica Noble

tel: 07554787973
Please scan the QR code for
access to a digital media pack.


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