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Brutalist

About this project

Inspired by the shapes and elements found in the Brutalist architectural movement, Amy explores the different uses of the cube shape, whilst contrasting against the movement with soft curves. The predominant materials found in this collection are silver, cement, moss and resin coated moss. With this collection Amy continues to explore her interest in the relationship between small elements of nature and architecture and how they can work together to create a harmonious design.

Pricing

£40 — £600

Keywords

cement, silver, contemporary, jewellery, contemporary jewellery, mixed media, mixed media jewellery, moss, nature, brutalist

Disciplines

Jewellery

Materials

Mixed Media, Precious metal
Brutalist Cube Necklace
Photographer: Amy Stringer
Eleven Sterling Silver, free moving cubes on a silver snake chain. Each cube containing white and pink cement with moss and Pyrite detail
Brutalist Bangle
Photographer: Amy Stringer
Solid silver geometric bangle with three small silver cubes, two containing cement with moss detail and one containing resin coated moss.
Brutalist Ring
Photographer: Amy Stringer
Oxidised silver ring with two cubes containing white and pink cement and one open square frame

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