Hand & Machine stitched by me, for Creative Textile Project
Inspired by the concept of utopia and idealism. the Parts of Phi (1.618, golden ratio), perfect triangles are entangled to create one ultimate unit, which could be distorted into various forms. Clear acrylic sheets were laser cut into four golden-ratio triangles which were pieced together within, sort of, an experimental method. I used the clear ones to state the purity and made it as a shoulder piece to inform the idea of ‘bliss’, a state of spiritual high, by heightened up the body. The adjustable folding piece itself also expand the idea of utopia world which might be different in each minds, but eternally universal at truth.
These are two wearable pieces from my jewellery design class I just picked up to post here. the above necklace is made from a recycled egg-tray , has been cut down and created in a new structure. I painted it in white pearl and coating with the rose-gold spray. you can easily follow the steps, I’m gonna post it here later and this Iceberg ring is made from old magazine paper, I was inspired by the form of a chopstick dock in my favorite Japanese restaurant. Funny but true.
Hello people, I’m back.. after hibernating for curing my mental happiness for a period, I’m thirsty for design and art eventually. (Thinking I just can’t live with them) After a long lack of inspiration, I can breathe again as I’m now studying the new things in life. One of them is the foundation of jewelry design. It’s my first time to enter the world of the beautiful metals and jewels with the very admirable professor aj.Nutre Arayavanish. She’s an amazing person, trained in jewellery design and making at Silpakorn univerisity and gained her MA at the Royal College of Art in London. I can only say that she’s amazing, you’d be surprised if you check her website and find out that she has more than 20 stockists in numbers of countries all over the world. I realised that being talented can be effortless and have nothing to involve with those group of big names in Thailand’s fashion scene. check her website at http://www.nutrejeweller.com and these are my color-pencil drawings of the three types of jewelleries. …
This is one of the prototypes for my fashion accessories class at university. We’re assigned to do a DIY necklace from reused materials or something we can just grab around our place. I accidentally found the plain egg tray in the kitchen of my house so I started to randomly transform it into something wearable. Egg-tray units are combined into a structure which is look like a womb for me, painted with silver-pearl gouache and pink-gold spray at some edges. and here is the result. I personally appreciate this architectural style of fashion jeweleries rather than the glittering and sparkling-gems style. not that glamorous type of lady I am. Do you like it? maybe leave some comments for my improvement. thanks :)