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Curate Design

Curate Design featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Threye

Creating a collection of eye jewelry , the author was inspired by the shape and patterns of the frog,bird and lizard third eyelid. Each jewelry piece has a unique pattern through you have to gaze into concentrating attention. 3D face scanning and 3D modeling were used to create this design. Therefore, Threye is a light, ergonomic jewelry that keeps on the face thanks to duplication of facial bends in the nose area with no extra fixing tools needed.

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Elemental Classic Series II

Born from a devotion for the unique and prestigious, MYKU creates its revered timepieces from semi-precious stones using top-of-the-line techniques. MYKU is committed to creating intrinsic and timeless designs, carefully crafted from materials that will withstand the test of time. Both the cultural symbolism and the natural beauty of the selected and elusive, yet significant, stones inspire MYKU. For centuries, the practical application of stone has included use in architecture, art and jewelry.

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Blue Daisy

Daisy's are composite flowers with two flowers combined into one, an inner section and an outer petal section. It symbolizes the intertwining of two representing true love or the ultimate bond. The design blends in the uniqueness of the daisy flower allowing the wearer to wear the Blue Daisy in multiple ways. The choice of blue sapphires for the petals are to emphasize inspiration for hope, desire and love. Yellow sapphires chosen for the central flower petal engulfs the wearer to feel a sense of joy and pride giving the wearer complete serenity and confidence in displaying its elegance.

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Erised Desire

Remember the Mirror of Erised in Harry Potter? It’s a special mirror which reflects the deepest desires of those who look at it. Octagonal-shaped on ring has a connotation of peaceful and fortunate world. There’re two forces formed by different combinations of natural gemstones. The two-sided reversible ring structure hopes to bring out the importance of multiple views, using jewellery as a media to interpret "Harmony in Diversity”.

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A Thousand Masks

This design originates from Yingge dance, one of the non-material cultural heritages in Chaoshan region, Guangdong Province, China. It uses the line of Yingge facial makeup as a basic form. And the 2D shape is processed into a 3D modelling. A contrast of density and spacing enriches the space effect. The dense part adopts the traditional Chaozhou embroidery in Chaoshan, adding new content to the design. The metal part is made of gold, lifting the sense of modern and quality.

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Fusing and Freezing

The porcelain embedding is a traditional craft in China. Ceramic chips are glued together with cement to decorate buildings. This design combines the abstract organic form of cement with the metal casting geometric form, signifying the contrast between tradition and modernity. The copper is processed with the craft of porcelain embedding, presenting a new look of traditional craft with its modern form, material and texture.

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