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Amy Tavern Finds Inspiration from Geometry to Graffiti

 - Jun 7, 2011
References: amytavern & design-milk
The jewelry designs of Amy Tavern seem to be more wearable art than anything else. Eclectically contemporary, blogger Jenn Ski seems to nail it on the head when she compares these unique creations to mini modernist sculptures. Of course, Amy Tavern seems to be inspired by quite a lot more than that when coming up with these accessory pieces.

From geometry to graffiti, Amy Tavern's work explores line, shape and negative space, and extends to simple concepts of pattern, layering and visual movement. Often incredibly abstract, her jewelry are statement pieces that would really add that perfect finishing touch onto just about any outfit.

Bold and beautiful, Amy Tavern's creations are truly unlike anything I have seen in a long, long while.