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Nervous System Digital Designs Based on Nature Founded in 2007 by two MIT alumni, Nervous System creates jewelry inspired by the intricate forms of nature, from tiny sea creatures to the veins of leaves. Its digital designs are generated by a system that mimics organic patterns—then 3D printed in materials like nylon and stainless steel.

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Nervous System jewelry that resembles the veins of leaves and coral structures. The digital designs are generated by a system that mimics organic patterns and are fabricated in 3D-printed nylon, etched stainless steel and lasercut silicone. Jessica Rosenkrantz Drawing inspiration from natural phenomena, we write computer programs that grow designs and use digital fabrication to translate them into unique jewelry and housewares.– Jessica Rosenkrantz, Co-founder at Nervous System

Love these nature-inspired jewelry pieces from @etsy's NervousSystem Reasonable, too. This $75 is one of the more expensive pieces. Rings, earrings and necklaces in the $ 20-$ 30 range

These look nice, but I'm not half as nerdy as the name suggests... (Nervous System Cluster Earrings now featured on Fab.)

no, i wouldn't look this good in this gorgeous thing; however, I can dream, can't I?

One of the most beautiful necklaces I have ever seen: Wings of Iris- Organza Necklace $125.00

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Nervous System: Twist Ring 2-layer Twist Ring, with an organic design based on the structural pattern of microscopic sea creatures known as radiolaria. Made of stainless steel that’s been built up layer upon layer using 3D metal printing.