Influenced by Asian art, Greg Dunn loves minimalist scroll and screen painting from the Edo period in Japan. Being a fan of neuroscience, it was a fine day when he says: “two … Continue reading
The God Of The Grove, 2013. gold-plated brass, polymer, distressed black finish, marble by Hedi Xandt: http://www.hedixandt.com/
Model Aline Weber wears Heavy Metal in Bazaar by Victor Demarchelier.
Just when I think I’ve found the definitive piece of anatomical jewellery, I then find something else to top it. These pieces from the talented Lillian Crowe are lovely.
This heart vase is plated in silver (a gold plated one is also available) and each of the main arteries and veins are the orifices for the stems of … Continue reading
Inspired by Science, Pamela Sunday’s sculptures remind me of Luke Jerram’s Glass Microbiology. Their molecular, atom and pollen like shapes are hand built in ceramic. Above from top; Globoid, Hive, Atom, … Continue reading
The Natural History Museum in London has got on to the anatomical jewellery craze too. These amazing pieces are available on their online shop.
I like this range of anatomical Jewellery by Lost Apostle because you can buy all of the above on about 4 different types of metal depending on your budget, so … Continue reading
These gilded orifices are the work of artist Lauren Kalman as part of her 2006 Hard Wear series; ‘she investigates perspectives of beauty, body image, value, and consumer culture’ Images from … Continue reading