Keznr | Kallisti Collection
"Kallisti, greek for "the prettiest one" was the word written on a golden apple placed between goddesses: Athena, Aphrodite and Hera, by goddess Eri; the goddess of chaos. The goddesses filled with curiosity, gave Paris the task to choose who was the rightful owner of the apple. Athena offered him power, Hera offered him wealth and Aphrodite offered the prettiest woman on Earth, Helen of Troy. At the end, the rightful owner of the apple was the prettiest woman on Earth."

Keznr's third collection, draws inspiration from this greek mythology story and its characters personalities. 
Athena the goddess of wisdom, was traditionally represented as an owl. The owl was used as a symbol for knowledge, wisdom and perspicacity. The Athena Necklace was inspired by the uniquely designed owl's wings. It's wings are what gives the owl his poise and silence while flying.
Aphrodite, the goddess of love, desire and beauty. She is known for her striking natural beauty and her love for mortal heroes. We were inspired for this piece by her birth, she was born in the sea by sea-foam, we wanted to recreate the curves of the wave when it breaks down and creates foam but also create a romantic and beautiful piece that when worn would highlight the women's form.
 
All choker designs available at Keznr's webpage here.
 
Datasheet:
Design: Keznr (María Laura Martinez Kezner & Vicente Gascó)
Fabrication: Hand-painted SLS 3D Printing in nylon
Completion Date: November 2015
Photography: Claudia Ann Nieto of CAN Photography
 
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