Designer Noy Alon creates a collection of brass jewelry that features large sculptural pieces covered in epoxy putty. The brass and putty are merged together in the manufacturing process and create a look of decomposition. You can see traces of the brass peeking through the putty, while the putty itself is rustic and textured, almost as if the jewelry is decaying.
Each piece is intricately wired into rings, necklaces, pendants and other wearable pieces, with bold lines that squiggle and interlock. The collection is industrial, metallic, earthy and unparalleled. It's debatable as to whether these pieces are actually wearable, however this collection poses an interesting concept of how materials interact and how they translate into different functional objects. This collection is an artistic and technical statement to say the least.
Decomposing Brass Jewelry
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