'Urban Jewelry' by Liesbet Bussche Adorns Cities

 - Oct 4, 2009
References: liesbetbussche & designboom
Liesbet Bussche is a Belgian designer who takes an urban space and fills it with oversized jewelry. Earrings and necklaces are abundant in the areas where the artist’s work is shown. Concrete balls turned into earrings and warning tape made up of beads are a few examples of Bussche’s work.

Currently, Bussche’s work is being shown at the ‘What’s New?‘ exhibition at ‘Galerie Sofie Lachaert.’ You can see a handful of these super-sized accessories in the gallery above, courtesy of Designboom. Check out more from Liesbet Bussche at Designboom.