Oly: Printable Paper Bracelet

Oly: Printable Paper Bracelet
technology

An open source, disposable piece of jewelry by Portuguese designer Gonçalo Campos.

Naresh Kumar
  • 9 july 2010

This is one piece of jewelry you won’t fear losing or breaking. Oly is a disposable paper bracelet created by Portuguese designer Gonçalo Campos, and is extremely easy to build and customize. To assemble it, just glue the tabs in the right places by following the numbers in order as mentioned in its guidelines. Oly comes in striped and blank versions, both of which are available as free downloads from Campos’ site, and can be printed over pictures, colored paper or your own patterns. Once you get bored with your creation, simply dispose it off and build a new bracelet.

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