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Väärtus Jewellery
Designer:
Rowan Liivamägi, Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Vancouver, British Columbia

An elegant take on medical aids, this collection of customizable 3‑D‑printed jewellery helps people with arthritis perform basic daily tasks. The key chain, for example, helps to unlock doors, while the ring buttons shirts and operates zippers; and the double ring keeps a pen or pencil anchored between fingers and thumb to help with writing and drawing. The sculptural items, in a variety of materials and colours, are designed to take away the embarrassment often associated with arthritic aids and instead empower users to develop a unique sense of self. rowanliivamagi.com

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