This multi-dimensional graphic arts technique applied to brass metal with fiberglass was developed by John Crutchfield. The process consists of computer graphics; inlaid strips of glitter, prism, and marble paper; and a unique photo image transfer technique. It allows a wide range of exciting graphic designs, creating a whole new dimension in contemporary jewelry, sculpture and clocks. John's work includes a variety of wearable art forms: earrings, bracelets, pins, belts, buckles, and necklaces. New additions to this collection are clocks, frames, boxes, switchplates, and knives. Rich colors combined with incisive designs produce an effect that wakes people up and challenges their concepts of what is or what is not wearable art.