Apinya Jitnipit

Nevertheless, there are some invisible mysteries of flowers that we cannot visualize with naked eyes, some things are extremely minute such as petite details. How do we realise that the beauty of them remain or more wonderful than we just use naked eyes to see it?
This collection was inspired by invisible details of flowers that we hardly see with the naked eyes. The designer used a microscope which can be enlarged up to 1000 times to expose the shape, pattern and texture of the flowers to be used as a main element of designing. Moreover, the growth and bloom of flowers were brought to design in this jewelry collection. 
Actually, this set is all white in consequence that  designers desire audiences to aware the beauty of the appearance and the shape of the texture and pattern without attractive colours. Material of the jewelry, the part of flowers with petite texture is light clay, petal which cover texture is acrylic and the body is made from metal.

Brooch

Clay, Copper

18*18*4(cm), 2017

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