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Photo sharing has become a favorite trend with the help of digital gadgets and the Internet. Using our
mobile devices, shared folders through messengers or
online photo management and sharing application
websites such as Flickr, the whole wide world can view anyone’s memorable moments. Since the day the cameras born, taking photos and printing them has never been this much easy. Within a minute or two, you can shoot an image and print it. So why not crop it and insert it into an accessory of which you can carry on your body! Whether you crop images of your newborn baby, hilarious moments of the last night’s house party or a magazine clipping of a “must have” bag to remind you to buy it... It’s all up to you and your creativity.
To talk about Smoy PhotoCuff bracelets; they are stylish accessories in which you can customize with your favorite photos. Just take a few of your favorite photos, insert them into the "pocket" of the bracelet, and now you have a unique accessory to match your personality.
The pictures are “sandwiched” between the two layers of the bracelet. The vinyl has a soft cloth backing that creates friction between the two layers of the bracelet to hold the pictures in place. It’s the perfect design allowing you to change and add photos to the bracelet easily but still have the pictures held securely.
The cuff itself is made out of vinyl so it is waterproof. The picture frames have a clear covering that offers protection for normal wear but are not waterproof. They are the perfect design to offer protection for your photos while allowing pictures to be updated and/or changed quickly and easily. Also, the clear covering is stitched down
so the pictures are better secured in between the bracelet.
SMOY is derived from the designer’s first initial and last name – Spencer Moy.
Spencer Moy is an industrial designer living and working in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. After graduating from Carnegie Mellon University, Spencer wanted to work internationally and landed job in Tokyo, Japan. After two and a half years abroad, Spencer returned to his native city – New York. The idea of the Smoy PhotoCuff was in his head since leaving Japan. Tired of freelancing and temping, Spencer brought the idea off the shelf and into reality.
For more information please visit SMOY.net