La Danse des Voiles

This bracelet is 3D printed in nylon polyamide. Read more about the 3D print technique in the FAQ


The bracelet is about 65 mm wide and 58 mm high.


Nylon polyamide bracelets are very flexible and are easy to put on, but not unbreakable. It fits regular and bigger wrists.

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La Danse des Voiles - Pablo Picasso

1907 was a productive year for Picasso, but two pieces of work particularly stand out from that year. The first was ‘Les Demoiselles d'Avignon’ from which it is said that the origins of modern art began. Picasso had enormous influence from African masks and he worked with the geometric forms he saw in them. With ‘La Danse des Voiles’ (French for veil dance), he used the elements from ‘Les Demoiselles d'Avignon’ and then went a step further using contours to further emphasize the geometric form.

This bracelet lifts the female ‘out the painting’ with the traced contours curving in the oval shape of the bracelet. You can see the detail of her arm beside her head, her breasts and passing to her waist, hips and upper and lower legs through to the other side of the wrist.

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