Jewelry is often thought of as pretty and nice, but what if it was pretty yet grotesque? That is the question asked by jewelry line Momocreatura, whose creations created from silver and gold will horrify and mesmerize at the same time.
According to Momocreatura.com, the Momocreatura line is “Influenced by European antique jewellery of the 16th-19th century and post-war Japanese subculture, her references combine to create figurative macabre objects.” Macabre indeed, the collection features pieces ranging from owls impaled by metal rings, to various animals being hung. No doubt about it, this is wearable art for your daily life.
Momocreatura Creates Jewelry With a Twisted Sense of Beauty
1. Macabre Jewelry - There is an opportunity to tap into the niche market of consumers who seek alternative, edgy jewelry designs that incorporate macabre elements.
2. Antique-inspired Jewelry - Designers can take inspiration from the 16th-19th century European antique jewelry favored by Momocreatura to create unique pieces that appeal to those with an appreciation for history and classic aesthetics.
3. Subculture-influenced Jewelry - Incorporating elements of post-war Japanese subculture into jewelry designs can appeal to consumers who are drawn to alternative fashion and countercultural aesthetics.
1. Fashion Jewelry - Fashion jewelry retailers can capitalize on the market of consumers who seek unique pieces that stand out and are conversation-starters, such as Momocreatura's macabre jewelry designs.
2. Artisanal Jewelry - Jewelry designers who specialize in artisanal, handcrafted pieces can draw inspiration from the concept of wearable art that Momocreatura's jewelry embodies to create intriguing, unconventional designs.
3. Alternative Fashion - The alternative fashion industry can incorporate jewelry designs with macabre and countercultural elements to appeal to consumers who seek unique, unconventional styles.