Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Jeremy May

This ring is made from Dicken's Oliver Twist. Remarkable! Literature on your finger!

Jeremy May is a big fan of books. But unlike most, he loves not only to read them but also uses them as material for creating jewelry. According to the author, such “literary” jewelry is much more original than their counterparts from gold and silver, and if you were to wear them you will not go unnoticed. Fancy decorations are produced by a unique lamination process. Cut from the books,  lists are laminated and coated with glitter and then inserted into the place from which they were taken. It turns out that the book becomes, and the material for decoration, and then – a kind of box for storage. cited

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