Introducing Project Cufflinks by Zazzy

Zazzy announced that they are integrating the Noun Project’s collection of over 65,000+ icons to offer unprecedented customization options to their newest jewelry editor, Project Cufflinks.

In a previous post I introduced you the 3D printing of jewellery at Zazzy where you can customize and create your own jewellery made of gold-plated brass, bronze and stainless steel.
Now Zazzy is also aiming on jewellery for men.

Project Cufflinks is a cutting-edge customizing editor that allows users choose from The Noun Project’s library of symbols to create a set of unique cufflinks which are designed, 3D printed and delivered by jewelry startup Zazzy.

This is Amsterdam-based Zazzy’s first design link-up and offers a clear insight into brand’s design-focussed goals. “We wanted to create really cool cufflinks that anyone could enjoy creating and tapping the Noun Project’s library felt like a natural move for us,” said Gert-Jan Spriensma, CEO of Zazzy. “They aim to simplify communication, we aim to simplify creativity and we both do this through user-generated design, ideas and input. The cufflinks, which are our first foray into jewelry specifically for men, are a great way of making use of The Noun Project’s fun and original designs.”

The Noun Project is a platform of over 65,000 icons that help people communicate in an effective and universal way - it is the first community driven visual dictionary.

See more of Project Cufflinks and get your own experience of customizing the cufflinks here.
Introducing Project Cufflinks by Zazzy Introducing Project Cufflinks by Zazzy Reviewed by Patricia Munster on 1:37:00 AM Rating: 5

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