Marcell ÉGI

1973, Budapest

jewellery and object designer 
He graduated in jewellery and metal design from the Hungarian University of Applied Arts in 1999. He chiefly works on custom-made and series manufactured jewellery projects, but also makes objects of everyday use. He has a soft spot for systems and collections. In his projects the elements of his jewellery, its materials and colours are varied on a wide spectrum. He sometimes builds commercial objects and semi-products into his works. He uses both handicraft and industrial techniques, and is open to applying new processes. He won the Hungarian Design Award in 2011, and was granted support from the National Cultural Fund on several occasions. His works can be found in the collections of the Museum of Applied Arts, the Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts and in the Hungarian Jewish Museum. 

UFO ring in sphere holder

Photo: Gellért Áment

PLA, silver, 3D print
88×100 mm

UFO ring in sphere holder