Voronoi Jewelry by Martin Verner
by Ted Savage / October 15, 2013
Silver, onyx, diamonds, white gold, math: Voronoi Jewelry by Martin Verner is a collection of designs based on the Voronoi principle, a logical way of dividing space around set points!


(Click the images below for full sized images)

voronoi_jewelry_martin_verner_2b.jpg

Verner is member of the Czech UNOSTO jewelry designers group that's presenting the Collective Lab exhibition at the FOX Gallery in Prague.

pasifloras_alena_hesounova_3b.jpg

Alena Hesounová was inspired by blossoms of exotic flower Granadilla in her collection Pasifloras.

katerina_matechova_karla_olsakova_dechberouci_4b.jpg

Kateřina Matěchová and Karla Olšáková from Dechberoucí studio are introducing necklaces made of metal elements.

katerina_rezacova_layva_5b.jpg

Kateřina Řezáčová's Layva includes new brooches and movable pendants with "inner space".

lucie_houdkova_bondage_6b.jpg

Lucie Houdková creates organic shapes of rubber and thread "that grow and spread in her hands and remind of a living mass".

marketa_richterova_pillars_7b.jpg

Pillars necklaces by Markéta Richterová, inspired by a visual phenomenon known as light pillars, "a brief moment when the Sun is low or lies below the horizon".

MOCO Jobs

http://mocoloco.com/fresh2/2013/10/15/construisine-public-kitchen-workshop-by-johanna-dehio-dominik-hehl-done.php http://mocoloco.com/fresh2/2013/10/15/mocovote-screw-you-vase-by-david-graas.php
Site Meter