Created by 'The Makerie Studio' in London, the 'LuisaViaRoma Editorial' is created using geometrical paper shapes, where jewelry is carefully positioned on top of the intricate designs. The photo shoot is simple yet complex, as the paper sculptures are structurally magnificent when placed on simplistic white backgrounds.
The jewelry is complemented and contrasted by each structure that holds it, as the jewelry stands out among the elaborate paper pieces. The photographer Giannuzzi Marino makes sure to capture the images from above so that we can see the entire structure and the jewelry together from an aerial perspective. Each image looks like an optical illusion as shapes and lines move through our vision.
It is a simple idea with complex designs that makes the 'LuisaViaRoma Editorial' a success. Each piece becomes more and more intriguing to the eye.
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