By Andrew Dale | Cufflinks | Comments are Closed | 10 March, 2016 | 0
The elegance of this little jewelry for men can be enough to define a style and speaks volumes about the character of the wearer. The tie knot is supposed to be the developer of personality but the cufflinks can say a lot too.
We are often asked to explain the difference between a 3d design lapel pin and a die struck lapel pin. The difference is huge, however certain designs do not require a 3d lapel pin design. The answer is, it really depends on the design. I will show some examples of the differences.
There are many various techniques and different processes that can be used in order to great an awesome lapel pin. We will use a few examples of ways to think outside of the box when it comes to designing lapel pins.
Cutouts create a beautiful effect for a lapel pin. Although the cost is a little higher when designing a pin with a cutout, the over all gain for the design maybe worth it. There are pins that have multiple cutouts to create desired effects.
One has to remember, epoxy s used as a protective covering. Oftentimes when lapel pins are going to be worn and exposed to being damaged (such as on a uniform), epoxy is a good idea. Remember that some details will be lost when the epoxy coating is placed on the lapel pin, because of reflections and depth perceptions
I was recently contacted by a client who was an artist. This artist was having an exhibition of their work in New York City Art Gallery. This artist had an idea that they wanted to capitalize on the exposure that they would receive at the exhibition. So hence an idea was born!