After a stint in the designing of spaces (both buildings and interiors), Han-Yin sought a design format that was more of a sharable experience. Now she explores the use of space in miniature, with the human form as the landscape for her 3D printed jewelry. Each piece is borne from a hand drawn sketch, digitized into a 3D model, translated into a wax mold and finally cast in refined materials. The process may be high tech, but the finished work is delicate and organic; inspired by nature. Now you can finally brag about getting a butterfly to rest on your hand.