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The Lital Mendel 'Just One More' Project is Filled With Patterns

 - Jun 27, 2012
References: litalmendel & design-milk
The examination of repetition in the Lital Mendel 'Just One More' project works to create dynamically shaped necklaces. The collection was created by Israeli designer Lital Mendel whose sculptural jewelry goes beyond decoration to be entirely statement-making pieces. In particular, the 'Just One More' collection examines the conflict between the materials' will and Mendel's intentions.

Mendel's fascination with reoccurring patterns is echoed in the collection. Each piece is made up of hundreds of units, and with each new addition, the shape of the design was driven by the materials' determination. As Mendel describes on her website, "The methodical recurrence of a single element, as a building block for a bigger structure, has a powerful effect which grows the more the unit is used."

The dizzy designs of the Lital Mendel 'Just One More' collection are absolutely delightful.