Blink.Out.Loud

Blink.Out.Loud gives me the opportunity to show the world what inspires me and the outcomes are of some of my ideas. My imagination and creative thinking is as much of a necessity to me as blinking. This blog is chaotic, I am currently in the process of creating a blog just for my own work.

vazelodian:

Chewing Gum Jewelry

Technique: Smashing Jewelry 

Material: Gold-Plated Silver

Size: 3cmX3cm - 5cmX8cm

Amount: A lot! 

Chewing Gum is a collection of works made of abandoned jewelry pieces; objects which perhaps once had a sentimental place in someone’s heart and that have become symbols of the cultural leftovers that society constantly replaces. Each individual piece is smashed with one blow of a hammer that flattens the piece into a deformed mass and accidental abstract shape. In some cases the new form indicates the original use of the object, where as in other cases, the original jewelry piece is unidentifiable. Jewelry pieces that have suffered a loss, and through reconstruction, turn into new pieces and have regained their rightful position.

(Source: roryhooper.com, via missesginger)

missesginger:

Otto Künzli - Ring for Two, 1980. 
High-grade steel.
 

"Pinky promise" is the first thing I thought when I saw this. Beautiful.

missesginger:

Otto Künzli - Ring for Two, 1980. 

High-grade steel.

 

"Pinky promise" is the first thing I thought when I saw this. Beautiful.