Southeast England-based creative Nora Fok truly stuns people with her highly detailed hand-knit jewelry designs. All created by hand with fine nylon microfilament, Nora's work is compromised of a jaw-dropping 3,500 knit spheres per piece. Utilizing a mixed technique of weaving, knitting, braiding and knotting, the artist exuberantly mimics natural and molecular shapes that provide a solid testament to her hand-knit jewelry inspirations -- science, math and the environment.
Her works are fully wearable and offer a soft knit texture. Due to the intricate detail and volume of Nora Fok's hand-knit jewelry, the pieces are a definite stand alone. Ideally, they should be featured on a monochromatic and basic outfit that would make for an accommodating canvas to these sculptural works of art.
Photo Credits: Nora Fok
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