I designed this dinner fork as an experiment in digital modeling and 3D printing. I wanted to translate intricate, liquid-inspired lines into a piece of tableware and create something that couldn't be easily produced with other production methods.
The fork features silver outer tines that interweave with a central gold tine and then connect at the end of the fork. The interweaving tines eliminate the distinction between tines and handle to create one cohesive fork form. I modeled the fork in Rhinoceros, rendered the model with Bunkspeed software, and 3D printed it in an acrylic-based polymer.