Dig In – Set Of Three Fingertip Covers

by Lilli Malou Germany

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Dig In – Jewelry Objects for Contemporary Dining Culture reinvents traditional eating utensils, inviting users to actively participate in the design process. Each piece is meticulously handcrafted from 925 silver, ensuring personalized functionality and durability while evoking nostalgia for bygone customs. Crafted with precision, these three fingertip covers offer a unique fusion of functionality and style. Designed for effortless gripping, they feature extended nails for easy food picking, making them versatile companions for culinary experiences. Celebrating the hand as the ultimate culinary tool, the goal is to enhance sensory perception, allowing users to fully immerse themselves in the textures and flavors of their meals. Crafted from silver, these radical attachments not only elevate everyday dining rituals but also double as exquisite jewelry pieces, reflecting a distinct sense of style. The design seamlessly merges form and function to meet the diverse demands of contemporary dining. Dig In – Jewelry Objects for Contemporary Dining Culture explores three distinct pathways for cutlery evolution: revitalizing traditional practices, blurring the lines between adornment and utility, and fostering a deeper connection between user and object. In a world influenced by evolving eating habits and global cuisines, Dig In encourages viewers to reassess the suitability of traditional utensil forms, prioritizing sensory perception and tactile experience to enhance the enjoyment of meals.

dimensions:
Thumb: 4.0cm length, 2.3cm diameter
Index Finger: 3.5cm length, 2.0cm diameter
Middle Finger: 3.5cm length, 2.0cm diameter

The set consists of three fingertip attachments designed for the thumb, index finger, and middle finger of the right hand. Upon request, the attachments can be crafted for other fingers and sizes.

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Lilli Malou is a German artist and designer currently residing and working in Düsseldorf. Lilli’s passion lies in the realm of handmade design, craftwork and exploring novel materials. Recently, she graduated from Folkwang University of the Arts, earning a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design. Lilli perceives design as a playful and subtle tool, capable of initiating meaningful dialogues and engaging conversations. She has embraced an interdisciplinary approach, immersing herself in various disciplines and workshops.
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