Marjorie Schick‘s jewerly and wearable sculptures have strong and appealing impact on the viewer because of the colours and material transformations she uses in her work.
Marjorie Schick, Wearable Pink Collar (c)
I’m totally thrilled with Caroline Moiret’s wearable sculptures… and I really don’t know what I like the most in her work, the simplicity or the complexity… because they are both here… isn’t it?!
Caroline Moiret is a designer interested in making wearable sculptures, kinetic art, suspended kinetics, fashion accessories, jewelry… check out her works, designed in 2006…
Caroline Moiret: Caterpillar, wearable sculpture (c)
Material: Polypropylene, nylon
Nena Skoko and Punctum for Art Experiment are organizing an open workshop Global Pop Pixel, which is a part of larger project Collecting/’flea market&art’. The workshop is taking place in Belgrade, Serbia (Small Gallery), from 26th October till 1st November, and everything produced in this period will be shown at the exhibition that lasts until 9th November.
Karolina Pernar, an amazing artist whose work I’ve covered earlier today in some other situation and digital territory… and, of course, I couldn’t resist not to share her sculpture based jewelry here…
Sculptures to Wear by Karolina Pernar
Photo by Luka Mjeda (c)